Netflix’s Bridgerton exits the novel with unexpected romance in season three
The third Bridgerton book focuses on the romance of his second son Benedict, but the Netflix third season will be different from the original plot seen in the novel.
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Bridgerton fans of both the Julia Quinn novels and the hit Netflix series will see the two begin to separate next season, as the third season is set to introduce a different romance to the books. book.
Bridgerton’s slow second season proved a hit for Netflix, setting a streamer record less than a week after it premiered.
Based on the period novel The Viscount Who Loved Me by Julia Quinn, the second season of the romantic drama Shondaland focuses on the love life of Lord Anthony Bridgerton.
Based on Quinn’s series of eight novels, the third An Offer From a Gentleman focuses on Bridgerton son Benedict’s second romance, but the Netflix third season will differ from the original plot seen in the novels. .
Bridgerton star Nicola Coughlan shared about what’s to come on the Netflix show during Netflix’s FYSEE Space opening night ATAS panel Sunday night.
The Derry Girls actress, who plays Lady Whistledown author Penelope Featherington in Bridgerton, said her own love affair will be the focus in the next installment.
The 35-year-old’s character Penelope is secretly surrounded by longtime family friend Colin Bridgerton, played by Luke Newton.
Actresses who missed out on season three will follow their characters as the friendship is likely to blossom into something more intimate.
She said, “Like Lady Whistledown, I’ve kept it a secret for quite some time and I can confirm to you that season 3 is the love story of Colin and Penelope.”
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She added: “I’ve kept that secret since two weeks in season 2. It’s the first time I’m saying it here.”
This comes after Netflix announced the new cast for the hit series Bridgerton after star Ruby Stokes dropped out of the series to join a rival show.
The third season will feature Hannah Dodd as Francesca Bridgerton, Bridgerton’s sixth sibling, replacing Ruby, who was largely absent from Bridgerton’s second season.
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The 26-year-old will join the cast of the Netflix show when it returns to the platform after Ruby quit to take on the lead role of Lockwood & Co, a detective thriller series that’s also coming. Netflix.
After appearing twice in season one, she starred in the first three episodes of season two, before disappearing altogether.
The Regency-era romance recorded 193 million hours of worldwide viewing, the most that the English-language Netflix series has accumulated in its first three days.
The second season saw the viscount become tangled in a love triangle with sisters Kate Sharma and Edwina Sharma, shifting the focus of the show away from Anthony Daphne Bridgerton’s sister and her courtship with The Duke of Hastings, played by Regé-Jean Page, has since left the series.
Bridgerton is available to stream on Netflix.
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