Bridgerton: Season 2

Bridgerton: Season 2

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From the creators of Grey's Anatomy and Scandal comes this sultry costume drama set in Regency era England, where lust and betrayal run rampant within the powerful and wealthy Bridgerton family. Based on Julia Quinn's bestsellers.

2022Rating: MA15+UKenNetflix
DramaRomance

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Episodes

EPISODE 2.1

Capital R Rake

Anthony begins his search for a wife, Eloise braves her... More society debut, and Lady Danbury helps the queen choose a diamond among the season's debutantes.

EPISODE 2.2

Off to the Races

Facing heated competition and a prickly foe, Anthony steps up... More his courtship game. Eloise makes a Lady Whistledown discovery as a family member returns.

EPISODE 2.3

A Bee in Your Bonnet

The Sharmas arrive at the Bridgerton's country estate, where Anthony... More seeks to win Kate's good opinion amid bad memories and a ruthless game of pall-mall.

EPISODE 2.4

Victory

As guests gather for the Bridgerton's ball, Anthony and Kate... More clash during a hunting party, Colin revisits the past, and Lady Featherington sets a trap.

EPISODE 2.5

An Unthinkable Fate

Rattled by Anthony's hasty nuptial plans, Kate receives advice from... More Lady Danbury. Eloise spars with a new ally. Emotions run high during a dinner party.

EPISODE 2.6

The Choice

Anthony's duty to his family wars with his desire for... More Kate. Edwina ponders her future — and impresses the queen. Eloise's rendezvous stirs suspicion.

EPISODE 2.7

Harmony

Scandalous rumors swirl around the Bridgertons and the Sharmas. The... More queen’s ire over Lady Whistledown lands Eloise and Penelope in a quandary.

EPISODE 2.8

The Viscount Who Loved Me

Anthony lashes out as he awaits news of Kate, while... More Eloise turns to Theo for help in her Lady Whistledown hunt and Lady Featherington plans a grand ball.

Bridgerton: Season 2 | Reviews

78%85 reviews

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

Those looking for romantic escapism with picture-perfect historic detail could do a lot worse than Bridgerton.

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Variety

Variety

Despite the electric chemistry between Jonathan Bailey and Simone Ashley, this season simply takes too long to get to the good stuff...

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

A sophomore season that's less sexy, but almost as sweet.

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Chicago Sun-Times

Chicago Sun-Times

(Season 2) doesn’t feel quite as captivating or fresh as the original...

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San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle

Exuberant and swooningly romantic...

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Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly

A second season that's more clever, moving, and emotionally complex than the first...

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The Telegraph

The Telegraph

It is still silly fun, though the novelty has worn off.

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USA Today

USA Today

A strong sophomore season that should keep (Bridgerton) fans happy, even if they might wonder where all the sex scenes went.

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Financial Times

Financial Times

It may never reach the status of high art, but as high camp and escapist entertainment it’s pretty irreproachable.

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