Bridgerton Season 1

Hi, friend! Bridgerton is an upcoming British drama television series. Chris Van Dussen created this series and Shonda Rhimes produced it. This film is based on Julia Quinn’s bestselling novel set in the competitive world of the upscale Regency London. What’s the show for? When will it come out? Is It Worth Looking At? Well, you have to keep reading to find out! So let’s get started! Find answers to your questions here. Bridgerton Release Dates, Trailers, and Updates!

Bridgerton Season 1: Official Release Date

The wait is over! The premiere of Bridgerton is on December 25, 2020. Save the date!

Bridgerton Trailers and Teasers

You can check out the official Bridgerton On Netflix trailer and teaser.

Bridgerton Season 1: Cast and Character

Bridgerton will be with Julie Andrews as the voice of Lady Whistledown, the narrator. We also have Phoebe Dynworth as Daphne Bridgerton, Reggae-Jean Page as Simon Bassett, and Jonathan Bailey as Anthony. We’ll see Nicola Coughlan as Penelope Federington, Claudia Jesse as Eloise, and Ajoa Ando as Lady Mondrich. We also have Lorraine Ashburn as Mrs. Varley, Sabrina Bartlett as Sienna Rosso, and Joanna Bobbin as Lady Cowper. We’ll also see Harriet Keynes as Philippa Federtington, Bessie Carter as Prudence Federtington, and Ruth Jamel as Lady Violet. We have Florence Hunt as Hyacinth, Ben Miller as Lord Federington, and Martins Imhangbe as Will Mondrich.

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Luke Newton as Colin, Golda Rochevel as Queen Charlotte, and Ruby Stokes as Francesca will also attend. We also have Luke Thompson as Benedict, Will Tilston as Gregory, and Ruby Barker as Marina Thompson. We’ll see Polly Walker as Lady Portia Federington, Jessica Madson as Cressida Cowper, Catherine Drysdale as Genevieve Delacroix, and more!

About The Show Bridgerton

Bridgerton follows Daphne Bridgerton, the eldest daughter of the powerful Bridgerton family when she makes her debut at the competitive Regency London wedding. He hopes to find true love like his parents, but it’s not as easy as it seems. With her older brother banning potential suitors, Daphne’s high society gossip column, written by the mysterious Lady Whistledown, becomes a thorn in the side. It was only when the handsome and loyal single Duke of Hastings came into the picture that things got really interesting for Daphne. Sparks immediately flew between them. As this love story unfolds, other members of the Bridgerton family discover that they are finding love, losing love, and more. Plus, the Featherington family brings their own drama to the mix.