«Bridgerton» reached the streaming service Netflix on December 25, as a Christmas present, and it has already become one of the biggest hits in the history of the platform. According to the numbers, this will be the fifth best outing and has a good chance of outperforming in audience series like “Stranger Things” and “La Casa de Papel”.
This behind-the-scenes adaptation of author Julia Quinn’s novels is about the Bridgerton brothers, bringing us closer to their fun, lonely lives of men and women in the high society marriage market. Londoner, early 19th century. From a contemporary perspective, we’ll see references to power, romance, sex, and betrayal.
Who benefited most from the new fiction was Regé-Jean page, who drastically increased his Instagram followers and was considered the next James Bond. Besides him, they play in the series Julie Andrews (voice of Lady Whistledown), Phoebe Dynevor (Daphne Bridgerton), Jonathan Bailey (Anthony Bridgerton), Nicola Coughlan (Penelope Featherington), Clauda Jessie (Éloïse Bridgerton), Adjoa Andoh (Lady Danbury) et Lorraine Ashbourne (Mme Varley).
While as of yet no one has commented on a second season, it’s practically a fact. The safest thing is that Netflix expects the 28 Days of Release to be fulfilled, where it will offer the final number of views worldwide and report Part 2 news. We know it won’t be soon. , and that’s why in Disclosure we have put together a list with series you must see if you liked ‘Bridgerton’.
1. “Anne with an E”
“The adventures of a young orphan at the end of the 19th century. Follow Anne as she learns to navigate her new life on Prince Edward Island in this remake of classic LM Montgomery novels. “
“An English combat nurse from 1945 is mysteriously drawn back in time to 1743”.
3. “The Crown”
“Follow the political rivalries and romance of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign and the events that shaped the second half of the 20th century. “
“In 1667, the all-powerful 28-year-old king of France, Louis XIV, decided to build the largest palace in the world: Versailles. But the exhausted budget, business and political intrigue complicate matters. “
5. «Derry Girls»
“The personal exploits of a 16 year old girl, her family and friends during the riots of the early 1990s”.
6. “Little pretty things”
“Follow the world of an elite ballet academy and trace the rise and fall of young adults living far from home, each on the brink of greatness or ruin. “
7. “When does the household call”
“Elizabeth Thatcher, a young schoolteacher from a wealthy family in the east, emigrated from the big city to teach in a small coal town in the west. “
8. “Alias Grace”
“In 19th century Canada, a psychiatrist wonders whether to forgive a murderer for dementia.”
9. “A game of gentlemen”
“The story of the invention of football and how it quickly became the most popular game in the world across the classroom.
10. “The last tsars”
“A Chronic Look at the Fall of the Romanov Dynasty in Russia”.
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