This Friday (29), actress Nicola Coughlan shared on her Twitter profile an image that seems to indicate the end of the 2nd season recordings of Bridgerton, series from Netflix.
The photo, which is nothing more than a cake with the symbol of the series, was revealed in a fun way by Lady Whistledown, a pseudonym used by Penelope Featherington to publish her gossip column in the series. In addition, in a tone of gratitude and enthusiasm, Coughlan suggested that he was anxious for the new episodes to reach the public and confirmed the release for 2022, as yet without a defined date.
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Any that’s a wrap on Pen ??
I can’t wait to share this season of Bridgerton with you, it’s been a complete joy. I’m so proud and so excited for you all to see it.
See you in 2022/1814
Lady Whistledown?? pic.twitter.com/ILtEyah4CW
— Nicola Coughlan (@nicolacoughlan) October 29, 2021
A second season of Bridgerton, a series based on Julia Quinn’s period books, will feature Phoebe Dynevor, (Daphne Bridgerton) Jonathan Bailey (Anthony Bridgerton), Claudia Jessie (Eloise Bridgerton) and Julie Andrews (voice of Lady Whistledown) while Rupert Evans, Charithra Chandran and Simone Ashley debut in the production, respectively as young Edmund Bridgerton, Edwina Sharma and Kate Sharma.
While the 2nd season of Bridgerton does not yet receive an official date, Netflix has already confirmed the renewal for a third and fourth cycle.