Bridgerton renewed for second series – BBC News

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    Netflix has announced that Bridgerton will return for a second series. Production will begin in the spring of 2021.

    The BBC’s Sophie Van Brugen speaks to the writer, Julia Quinn, who wrote the books the series is based on, and the creators of Bridgerton The Musical on TikTok.

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