The first selection of Netflix and Shonda Rhimes games will be announced for Christmas 2020 with the release of the first season of Bridgerton. Looking ahead, I know about the second season of Bridgerton, which was in development for a while, and filming was originally scheduled for the summer of 2020, but now I know that they have been postponed to early 2021.
Here’s what we know: Just in case you don’t know, Shonda Rhimes’ upcoming series will be second behind the production company Netflix. The production company previously worked with ABC on projects such as Grey’s Anatomy and How to get away with Murder, then moved to Netflix as part of the most expensive business in Netflix history. Bridgeton is a romantic drama series based on the novel, which is a combination of Downton Abbey, Disney Princess, and The Crown.
So let’s jump off onto Bridgerton season 2.
It’s important to note that from the outset, Netflix (or that Shondaland edition) has not made any official announcements about the show’s future since its first season, which will premiere worldwide on December 25, 2020. We learned about the second season of Brigiton’s development in February 2020, and we had to announce our first active development and start filming in July 2020. Of course, this was actually the date of filming. Many Netflix projects have failed to launch due to the ongoing shutdown due to the coronavirus.
According to the production schedule provided by ProductionWeekly, Bridgerton’s second season is being revamped and filming will begin in July 2020. There is currently only one designated location called Uxbridge. The photo start date has been postponed to March 2021. Unsurprisingly, Bridgerton’s second season is coming soon. Considering the size of the project and the amount of material that the 8-volume series must contain, this is not surprising in theory.
The original filming date stated that Season 2’s filming schedule would end in May 2021. As with the first season of Bridgerton, the schedule was similar to the drama series Crown. This means you’re unlikely to see a second season on Netflix until at least 2022. It’s too early to say anything now and we will let you know when we know anything more about Bridgerton’s future.