Bridgerton season two is the perfect combination of depraved sex and high society scandal – Sara Wallis

TV critic Sara Wallis is hooked on the classic period drama Bridgerton on Netflix. It’s glossy and predictable but still takes it seriously and isn’t just reserved for flashy outfits, she said.

It's fun with Simone Ashley as Kate Sharma and Jonathan Bailey as Anthony Bridgerton
It’s rip-roaring fun with Simone Ashley as Kate Sharma and Jonathan Bailey as Anthony Bridgerton

Bridgerton rushed into our lives during a stalemate with all the luxury, highly social scandals, and we fell in love.

Shonda Rhimes, the host of big hits like Grey’s Anatomy, infuses magical American charm into the show and while some see it as soapy foam, I’m still in. Bring the bubble up.

Season two landed on Netflix on Friday – eight glorious episodes about romance, lust, bestiality, plush furniture and dizzying wigs.

The brooding Duke of Hastings (Rege-Jean Page, the reason most people watch) is absent, but don’t panic. You’ll forget him within five minutes.

Season two follows Lord Anthony Bridgerton (Jonathan Bailey), the eldest brother and the Viscount, as he sets out to find a wife.

He is motivated only by family obligations and has impossible standards. “I don’t need feelings,” he said.

“What I need is what I have, and that’s a list: bearable, docile, hip enough fit for childbirth, and at least half a brain.”

Ooh Viscount, you’ve got me tolerable…







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No wonder his speed date through local corsets only ended in disappointment.

Too boring, can’t read, bad dancer, etc

Of course, in a story as old as time, he came across a beautiful, mysterious woman who disappeared on horseback into the woods without giving her name.







Adjoa Andoh as Lady Danbury and Simone Ashley as Kate Sharma
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This is basically Cinderella.

Apparently within ten minutes, there was a ball, and they caught up with each other.

Except that, in a detour from the fairy tale, Mystery Woman (Kate, played by Simone Ashley) has no interest in Lord Bridgerton at all.

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“Your character is as lacking as your riding ability,” she scoffed. Put down the mic. Exit phase on the left.

So now of course he wants her. Kate really doesn’t want a husband.

So how many episodes before they have sex in four lavish posters? Five is my bet.







Charithra Chandran as Edwina Sharma, Simone Ashley as Kate Sharma and Jonathan Bailey as Anthony Bridgerton
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However, Kate’s sister Edwina (Charithra Chandran) is looking for a man and the handsome Viscount will do just fine. It’s about to get complicated.

Meanwhile, Penelope (Nicola Coughlan), has been revealed as rumored unnamed merchant Lady Whistledown (still voiced by Julie Andrews, thank god), struggles to hide around writing her newsletter.







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Turns out people will get suspicious if you start buying markers in bulk.

It was all very polished and predictable, but I was completely drawn into the glittering world of beauties.

From sumptuous food – races! balls! – with orchestral covers of modern hits, gorgeous costumes and a classic plot between enemies and lovers, this is a regent love affair at its best.

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