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‘Bridgerton’ renewed for a second season on Netflix

Lady Whistledown has a lot of exposé to do, as the period drama ‘Bridgerton’ has been renewed for a second season on Netflix.

Based on a series of novels by Julia Quinn, the first season of the show is on course to be seen by 63 million households in its first month of release.

‘Bridgerton’ marks the first project from Shonda Rhimes via her Shondaland company, which is on a five-year $100 million overall deal with Netflix.

Rhimes is credited for ABC’s award-winning shows such as ‘Grey’s Anatomy’, ‘How to Get Away with Murder’ and ‘Scandal’. Together with her producing partner Betsy Beers, the duo has in store a plethora of projects including the drama ‘Inventing Anna’ based on the real-life situation of Russian fraudster Anna Delvy. ‘The Recursion’, ‘The Warmth of Other Suns’, ‘Reset’, ‘The Residence’ and ‘Notes on Love’ are some developing production works coming from their camp.

According to ‘Bridgerton’ showrunner Chris Van Dusen, plans are underway to have the show run for eight seasons, all based on Quinn’s novels. Season two will take the plot arrangement of ‘The Viscount Who Loved Me’. Production starts in Spring 2021 in London.

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