Seen by a record-setting 82 million viewers in its first month, the seductive Shonda Rhimes-produced series, Bridgerton, scored 12 Emmy nods.
Rumours have been swirling that production of Season Two has been shut down amid a coronavirus outbreak, luckily, it’s been made official that filming is ongoing.
Penelope Featherington herself has been on hand to quash any speculation, taking to Twitter to comment on the rumours, the all-seeing Lady Whistledown actress said it’s simply “not true” – thank goodness, business can resume as normal.
It’s not the only scare the Netflix series has encountered while filming, with the production being halted in July for the same reason. Thankfully, showrunner Chris Van Dusen told Variety that filming could resume after the mandatory isolation period, and it has done just that.
Speculation is running high about what scandals we can expect in Bridgerton Season Two. Rupert Evans has joined the cast as Edmund Bridgerton and Sex Education star Simone Ashley will make her debut as Kate Sharma.
Plus, we know that Lady Whistledown will write again because Netflix confirmed earlier this year that it has renewed Bridgerton for a third and fourth season!
Can’t get enough and don’t want to wait for Season 2 to drop? Why not read the books.