Rejoice, dear readers! Netflix has renewed Bridgerton for two more seasons, just in time to coincide with the ongoing production for the second season. The renewal announcement for the Regency-era romance series was made in the form of Lady Whistledown's trademark society paper.
The news comes just after fan-favourite, Regé-Jean Page confirmed his exit as the charming Duke of Hastings in season two. But given the popularity of the show—watched by a whopping 82 million households around the world—the two-season renewal is not surprising. The series catapulted its cast to stardom overnight and brought back Regency-era-inspired fashion and jewellery to life.
While nothing has been revealed so far, season two is set to focus on another Bridgerton sibling, Anthony, who is in search of his viscountess. With that in mind, and following the books by Julia Quinn which the series is based on, we can expect season three to focus on Benedict Bridgerton, with season four exploring Colin Bridgerton's story.