It's also never too early to binge-read all eight books and begin casting future seasons in our heads, which is what you can bet we've been doing lately. And let us tell you, it's been a joy. The books are easy and delightful reads, with all the possible romance tropes you either already love or don't yet know you love, and it only has us more excited for upcoming seasons than we already were, Regé-Jean Page or no Regé-Jean Page.
So far, the show has been renewed through season four at least. If it sticks to the original plan, that means we'll get one main Bridgerton romance per season. And if executive producer Shonda Rhimes is to be believed, that means we'll get eight seasons.
"The concept is that every season, there's a couple and that couple is the hot couple that you're falling in love with, right? And there are eight Bridgertons," she told Vanity Fair. "So by the time you get to [prepubescent] Hyacinth—oh, dear God, she'll be grown up by then. Obviously we're not going to match up a child!—we'll grow Hyacinth up and you'll see her story too."
Hyacinth, of course, is the youngest Bridgerton, though her story is told in the seventh book. Even if the show doesn't make it to seven or eight seasons, it feels very possible that all the Bridgerton romances could make it onto the screen. In a house of eight siblings, they must have learned how to share at some point!
After reading all eight books, we've ranked them and their romances in terms of how excited we are to see them play out—and how accurately we hope to see them play out. While we enjoyed each tale, there are certainly some we wouldn't mind seeing change for the better when Netflix gets a hold of them.
The first season of Bridgerton is streaming on Netflix.