Bridgerton (Season 1)

25 Dec 2020TV Series (2020- )

Wealth, lust, and betrayal set in the backdrop of Regency era England, seen through the eyes of the powerful Bridgerton family. Based on Julia Quinn's novel series 'Bridgerton'.

Release Dates: 25th Dec 2020 (Netflix)

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  1. Lydia – Period Drama Hub

    The very first scene with The Ton out walking the streets in their bright colourful gowns gives you an immediate sense that this is not an ordinary period drama. Bridgerton is full of colour, its intense, sexy and along with the modern instrumental music its very entertaining. The series has a similar feel to Enola Holmes and the Dickensian series – it feels young and has a sort of modern twist. However, I can not help imagine if the series was set in the true regency era it could of had a much more romantic and beautiful feel. I will look forward to Season 2 if it comes out but maybe with not so much anticipation.

    5.0 rating

    The very first scene with The Ton out walking the streets in their bright colourful gowns gives you an immediate sense that this is not an ordinary period drama. Bridgerton is full of colour, its intense, sexy and along with the modern instrumental music its very entertaining. The series has a similar feel to Enola Holmes and the Dickensian series – it feels young and has a sort of modern twist. However, I can not help imagine if the series was set in the true regency era it could of had a much more romantic and beautiful feel. I will look forward to Season 2 if it comes out but maybe with not so much anticipation.

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The Duke and I: Bridgerton (Book 1) 
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  1. Lydia – Period Drama Hub

    The very first scene with The Ton out walking the streets in their bright colourful gowns gives you an immediate sense that this is not an ordinary period drama. Bridgerton is full of colour, its intense, sexy and along with the modern instrumental music its very entertaining. The series has a similar feel to Enola Holmes and the Dickensian series – it feels young and has a sort of modern twist. However, I can not help imagine if the series was set in the true regency era it could of had a much more romantic and beautiful feel. I will look forward to Season 2 if it comes out but maybe with not so much anticipation.

    5.0 rating

    The very first scene with The Ton out walking the streets in their bright colourful gowns gives you an immediate sense that this is not an ordinary period drama. Bridgerton is full of colour, its intense, sexy and along with the modern instrumental music its very entertaining. The series has a similar feel to Enola Holmes and the Dickensian series – it feels young and has a sort of modern twist. However, I can not help imagine if the series was set in the true regency era it could of had a much more romantic and beautiful feel. I will look forward to Season 2 if it comes out but maybe with not so much anticipation.

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