Based on Julia Quinn’s novel series and set in Regency-era London, Bridgerton on Netflix is a historical fiction romance about eight siblings of the noble Bridgerton family. Each season will follow one sibling on a quest to find true love amidst the competitive marriage market. There is also the mysterious Lady Whistledown, who writes a high society scandal sheet that keeps throwing a wrench in the Bridgerton clan’s plans. Season two of the series focuses on the eldest Bridgerton, Anthony.
Where to Watch Bridgerton Season 2
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How Many Episodes Are in Bridgerton Season 2?
There are eight episodes in Bridgerton season two, with a third season forthcoming in 2023. The runtime of episodes averages between 57-72 minutes. You can check the complete list of Bridgerton episodes and their release date below.
- “Capital R Rake”: March 25, 2022
- “Off to the Races”: March 25, 2022
- “A Bee in Your Bonnet”: March 25, 2022
- “Victory”: March 25, 2022
- “An Unthinkable Fate”: March 25, 2022
- “The Choice”: March 25, 2022
- “Harmony”: March 25, 2022
- “The Viscount Who Loved Me”: March 25, 2022
- “Diamond of the First Water”: December 25, 2020
- “Shock and Delight”: December 25, 2020
- “Art of the Swoon”: December 25, 2020
- “An Affair of Honor”: December 25, 2020
- “The Duke and I”: December 25, 2020
- “Swish”: December 25, 2020
- “Oceans Apart”: December 25, 2020
- “After the Rain”: December 25, 2020
What Are the Critics Saying About Bridgerton Season 2?
Bridgerton Season 2 has an official critics rating of 78% and an average audience score of 78% on Rotten Tomatoes.
Katie Rosseinsky from London Evening Standard writes, “Bridgerton remains gorgeously frothy, deeply silly and highly watchable – its legions of fans will eat this up. The honeymoon period might be over, but this romance looks like it will go the distance.”
Rolling Stone’s Katie Rife says, “This sophomore run is simply not as effusive a watch…That said, many of the series pleasures still remain intact.”
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Is Bridgerton Season 2 Suitable for Kids?
Bridgerton is rated TV-MA, which means it is meant for viewing by mature audiences only. The content material is not suitable for children under 17.