Bridgerton Season 2 Review: Trailer | Cast | Where To Watch It ‘Renewed’?

Bridgerton Season 2 Review: Bridgerton is back, with all the pomp and circumstance of an Almack's quadrille.

While the show's Regency romance pedigree is still on full display; as it was throughout the show's controversial first season; the tone of this season is significantly more restrained; far from the heady, hypersexual turmoil that nearly overwhelmed the show's debutante season.

Bridgerton season two, on the other hand, has gone in the opposite direction.

As a result, fans of the original material may be disappointed with the season, which will certainly thrill both returning and new Bridgerton viewers.

Season two abandons the fiery passions portrayed in author Julia Quinn's original Bridgerton romance series in favour of the slow-burning, UST-filled, well-trodden Jane Austen movie setting.

This chaste change-up means mostly good things for the first half of the season's eight episodes, which will be available on Netflix on March 25: richer, more interesting character development.

Bridgerton Season 2 Review

More time with our ensemble Bridgertons; and plenty of opportunity for our main couple, eldest son Anthony Bridgerton (Jonathan Bailey) and his fiery nemesis Kate Sharma (Simone Ashley), to indulge in all the smouldering longing any romance fan could want.

Season 2 Got Mixed Reviews!

Overall, season two of “Bridgerton” lacked the thrills People were expecting, but it was still enjoyable to watch.

Bridgerton Season 2 Review

The creators strove too hard to match the first season's intense passion and dramatic reveals, and they failed miserably. As long as your expectations aren't too high, it's worth watching.

This season, which is every bit as luxurious and wonderful to look at as its predecessor, has a lot to offer.

Our major characters have a lot of steamy interactions.

Ones you liked in the first season become even more likeable, as do characters you despised.

The Bridgerton family gets to spend more time together as a family, which is always the finest thing about the show.

Eloise learns about protofeminism! Pen's outfits become a little less citrusy!

Lady Danbury shows off her cane tapping skills! Season two has a lot of good stuff going on, and the plot will hopefully be less controversial than last season's.

Eventually, despite the best efforts of a brilliant ensemble cast, the season begins to lag significantly, both in terms of speed and ingenuity, as the plot, like the previous, becomes increasingly bizarre and unwieldy.

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Season two, although beginning with a slew of intriguing concepts, a massive budget (season one reportedly cost $7 million each episode), and an incredibly gifted cast to work with, ends up spinning its wheels in the final few episodes.

Bridgerton Season 2 Trailer

On March 25, Bridgerton will return for its second season.

Netflix NFLX +0.2% has published the trailer for Season Two, which teases the fresh love tale that will develop over the next eight episodes.

Bridgerton Season 2 Cast


Yes! Netflix announced on January 21, 2021, that Bridgerton had been renewed for a second season.

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Seasons 3 and 4 were also renewed, however, neither has started filming yet.

Bridgerton Season 2 Where to Watch

You Can Watch Bridgerton Season 2 on Netflix

Bridgerton Season 2 Review

Season 2 of Bridgerton is only available on Netflix.

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Given that it's a Netflix original series – and one of the most popular to date – you'll need to make sure you have a Netflix subscription to get the full experience.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Season 2 of Bridgerton as Good as Season 1?

A Particular Focus On Family Dynamics

Bridgerton Season 2 was able to focus more on things like the value of families in the show after all of those things were taken care of, such as character establishment.

Season 1 did it well, but Season 2 did it even better.

Is Bridgerton Season 2 as Steamy?

Netflix. Season two of “Bridgerton” has considerably fewer sex scenes, according to fans and critics.

Many of the hot scenes were deleted from the performance, according to intimacy coordinator Lizzy Talbot.

Season two, according to Talbot, is more about Anthony Bridgerton and Kate Sharma's “slow sizzle.”

Why Was Season 2 of Bridgerton So Tame?

The lack of sex scenes in Season 2 compared to Season 1 was intentional, according to showrunner Chris Van Dusen, because Anthony and Kate's romance is not the same as Daphne (Phoebe Dynevor) and Simon, the Duke of Hastings'.

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