Get ready for another social season to remember.
While we wait for production to actually begin, there's a lot to ponder. The happily married Daphne (Phoebe Dynevor) and Simon (Regé-Jean Page) are taking a backseat while Daphne's older brother Anthony (Jonathan Bailey) now has his own love story to tell. Anthony was not exactly the most popular character in the first season, but that means there's a lot of room to grow in the spotlight.
While Anthony was romancing opera singer Sienna (Sabrina Bartlett) in season one, season two will introduce the Sharma family and one young woman named Kate who "suffers no fools."
The season will at least partially follow the events of the book, The Viscount Who Loved Me, by Julia Quinn, and it's a fan fave when it comes to the Bridgerton series. We're not likely to be disappointed!
Bailey didn't know a whole lot about season two when he talked to E! News back in December, but he did have some hopes for his character.
"I think with Anthony, you just want him to be all right," he said. "You want him to learn how to love himself and hopefully to make some mistakes without those mistakes causing serious hurt to the people that he loves. I want to see him on the dance floor. I want to see him smile a little bit more. I want to see those mutton chops back. There's so much scope for him."
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The first season of Bridgerton is now streaming on Netflix.
This story was originally published on Friday, Feb. 19, 2021 at 1:16 p.m. PT.