The third season of Netflix's romantic period drama ‘Bridgerton’ has officially begun filming today in London, UK, Netflix has confirmed by revealing a video of the cast from the filming sets.
The freshly assembled cast announced the beginning of the production with a video featuring familiar faces around Mayfair, along with some fresh ones.
The clip (watch above) begins with Season 2 star Johnathan Bailey recreating a popular Anthony Bridgerton moment. Claudia Jessie, Luke Thompson, Ruth Gemmell, Adjoa Andoh, and Golda Rosheuvel, all follow in his footsteps. Finally, Newton appears only to open a carriage for the video's last star, Penelope, who has received a severe style makeover. “Bridgerton Season 3 filming has officially begun,” says Penelope before turning to Newton and asking, “You coming in?”
Bridgerton Season 3 will also see three new actors telling this romance story. Daniel Francis will play Marcus Anderson, a charismatic new addition to the ton; The Crown's Sam Phillips will play Lord Debling, a likable lord with eccentric interests; and James Phoon will play Dankworth, a character who lacks wit but makes up for it with dashing looks. It's no surprise that Colin will be feeling the ballroom heat next season.
In the aftermath of Season 2’s Featherington Ball, After overhearing Colin tell a bunch of bachelors that he would never court Her, Penelope is heartbroken. But Penelope has moved on from her crush on Colin and is eager to find a partner who will give her the independence she needs to continue her job as Lady Whistledown. Colin, on the other hand, quickly understands that he is losing his long-time buddy and vows to get her back. He then promises to assist Penelope in increasing her confidence in order to draw a proposal. Collin will have to confront the idea that his affections for Penelope are more than platonic if his lessons begin to work a bit too effectively. Penelope's feud with Colin's younger sister Elosie (Jessie), who will make an unexpected new friend in Season 3, complicates the Polin situation even further.
Shondaland-produced Regency-era drama based on Julia Quinn’s novels has been already renewed for four seasons. Each volume in the Quinn series is dedicated to a different sibling's love story as they navigate the marriage atmosphere in nineteenth-century London in quest of romance and adventure.
Based on Julia Quinn’s best-selling series of novels, Bridgerton is a romantic, scandalous, and quick-witted series that celebrates the timelessness of enduring friendships, families finding their way, and the search for a love that conquers all.
“Bridgerton” is executive produced by Shonda Rhimes, Betsy Beers, and Chris Van Dusen, who also serves as the creator and showrunner.
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