When does the second part of the third season premiere on Netflix?

Advancing the book Seducing Mr. Bridgerton which focuses on the love story between Colin Bridgerton (Luke Newton) and Penelope Featherington (Nicola Coughlan)and changing the literary order of Julia Quinn, the beginning of the third season of The Bridgertons It is making viewers fall in love.

He biggest secret behind Penelope could finally see the light and affect her relationship with Colin. Something that we can see soon in the fiction initially created by Chris Van Dusen, screenwriter of Grey’s Anatomy and scandal, who in this third season has been replaced by Jess Brownell, collaborator of the series scripts.

Netflix continues to experiment with the launch of its series and on this occasion has advocated starting this third season in two partsas it has already done with other of its flagship series these years such as Stranger Things, The Witcher either Cobra Kai.

When does the second part of Q3 of ‘The Bridgertons’ premiere on Netflix?

The red streaming giant has announced that the remaining four chapters that make up this third season, of eight episodes as usual, will arrive next June 13, 2024. This way we will know the new details of a fiction that still has a bright future on the platform and that promises to continue giving us great misadventures among the nobility judging by its good audience figures.

Its fourth season confirmed and with the change of showrunner, Brownell decided that the series would keep Benedict “in the bedroom” to continue exploiting Penelope and Colin’s love. Therefore, the love story with overtones of Cinderella that Benedict stars in the books will have to wait, since the American does not want the Bridgerton artist to settle down for the moment. ““We can still play with him a little bit.”he stated.

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