Hannah Dodd thinks about her incorporation in ‘The Bridgertons’
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hannah dodd is very excited to join the cast of ‘The Bridgertons’one of the best Netflix period series that hook.
The actress will be in the third season of ‘The Bridgertons’ as Francesca, replacing Ruby Stokes on the paper. After playing Francesca, the sixth daughter of Lady Violet, in the first two seasons of ‘The Bridgertons’, Stokes left the series to star in the also Netflix production ‘Lockwood & Co’.
Now Stokes’ replacement, Dodd, is thrilled at the prospect of being the new Francesca. She says so in a new interview with TV Line.
“I’m very excited. Everybody has been very nice. I just want to do a good job,” Dodd said.
Dodd says he has read six of the eight ‘The Bridgertons’ books written by Julia Quinn, on which the TV series is based (remember that ‘The Bridgertons 3’ will change the order of the books). Dodd focused on Francesca’s story because she “didn’t know what she had gotten herself into”.
“I needed to read it ASAP. It’s an amazing book and she’s such a beautiful character. I can’t believe I’m getting to play her,” says Dodd. With the addition of her, could any episode of this third season position itself as the best episode of ‘The Bridgertons’ according to fans?
“Also I know how people feel about her, so I’m going to do my best“.
Dodd previously starred in ‘Anatomy of a Scandal’ and made a brief appearance in ‘Eternals’, the film for pulp theologians of Marvel heterodoxy, according to our review of ‘Eternals’. Additionally, she has joined the cast of Netflix’s ‘Enola Holmes 2,’ starring ‘Stranger Things’ Millie Bobby Brown in the lead role.
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