Ask anyone for Netflix recommendations these days, and Bridgerton is most likely at the top of their list.
The first season of the period drama series, produced by Grey's Anatomy's Shonda Rhimes, follows the scandal-filled story of Daphne Bridgerton (Phoebe Dynevor) and Simon Basset (Regé-Jean Page) as they create a romantic scheme to please their marriage-minded family members, London high society, and the mysterious gossip columnist Lady Whistledown (voiced by Julie Andrews).
Since the series is based on best-selling romance author Julia Quinn's eight-novel Bridgerton collection, fans of the books already know what will likely happen to the Featheringtons and Bridgertons if/when the show returns for a second season. But for those who haven't yet indulged in the books, or are simply anxious to see what Shonda does with the next installment, keep on scrolling to get more details about (a possible) season 2.
When will season 2 of Bridgerton come out on Netflix?
First thing's first: Netflix hasn't yet *officially* renewed Bridgerton for a second season, though it's likely only a matter of time before an announcement is made. The show's immediate popularity aside, according to WhatsonNetflix.com, Bridgerton's production schedule, which was found on Nowprmagazine.com, indicated that the second season was actually set to begin filming in Uxbridge, England in July of 2020. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, however, production reportedly had to be pushed back until March 2021.
All of that in mind, it's possible that fans may have to wait until 2022 to see what happens next. At this point though, that's just an estimate. We'll share more details as they become available in the month to come.