‘I Shall Bid You Goodnight’, Bridgerton Season 2 Drops First Clip

We burn for this clip.


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It feels like all our TV dreams are coming at once RN. We got the news that Sex Education will be bringing us a fourth season over the weekend, the highly anticipated second season of You drops this month, Emily in Paris will be back on our screens before the year is out and now, NOW; we’ve got a teaser for Bridgerton season two.

Netflix doesn’t rest.

Giving us a glimpse into the upcoming social season, and most importantly introducing us to a new leading light, Miss Kate Sharma as played by Simone Ashley… it’s with great pleasure that we watch this one minute clip on repeat.

After the first season smashed Netflix records to become the most streamed show on the platform ever… that’s 82 million households around the world, it’s no surprise that Netflix is teasing the second season to get us ready for what’s set to be another smashing success.

The second season is based on the second book in the Bridgerton novel series, The Viscount Who Loved Me.

The Viscount Who Loved Me, focuses on Anthony Bridgerton (Jonathan Bailey) as he explores a relationship with Kate Sharma.

Speaking to ET, Nicola Coughlan, who plays Penelope Featherington said:

“Kate [Sharma] is such a fiery character. She’s like this strong, independent woman. We really wanted to get to that, and the fact that we get to tell [it] is a real privilege.”

Adding that this season is set to be even “spicier”, our excitement for what’s to come is through the roof.


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Also joining the cast for the new season is Calam Lynch, who you may know as John-Paul O’Reilly from Derry Girls. Calam will play Theo Sharpe, a hardworking printer’s assistant. He will be joined by Rupert Young, who will play Jack, a young man with connections to some notable families.

It’s shaping up to be a good one and you can read absolutely everything we know so far here.