On March 25, British high society returns to Netflix for a new season of love affairs, drama and scandals. ‘The Bridgertons’, the series created by the producer of Shonda Rhimes, takes us back to London at the beginning of the 19th century, although much of what we see on screen is lavish sets in which the architecture, design and decoration of the time are recreated in great detail.
To celebrate the premiere of the second season, We bring you an exclusive making of in which Nicola Coughlan and Claudia Jessie, who play Penelope Featherington and Eloise Bridgerton, act as guides around the sets of the new episodes. Discover all the secrets of locations such as the dressmaker’s studio, Madame Delacroix (Kathryn Drysdale), whose role in this season we are told will be “very important”, or the tea room, inspired by places in the city of Bath.
They also take us to Lady Danbury’s house (Adjoa Andoh) and explain that the artist in charge of the portraits that hang on the walls of the houses is also the delicate hand of Lady Whistledown when we see how she writes her gossip columns. Join them for the rest of the sets in this preview that already puts us in a situation for the premiere of the new season.
Anthony looking for a wife
The second season of ‘The Bridgertons’ is based on Julia Quinn’s novels, specifically ‘The Viscount Who Loved Me’, with Anthony Bridgerton (Jonathan Bailey) as the main character. The eldest of the family is ready to find a wife, and he sets his sights on Edwina Sharma (Charithra Chandran), recently arrived from India. But if he wants to woo her, he’ll first have to get the approval of her older sister, Kate (Simone Ashley). The new chapters will unfold all their charms on Netflix on Friday, March 25.