Netflix series Bridgerton is prepared to keep the show's fans satisfied with a special announcement by the end of the week. According to Fox News, Bridgerton debuted on Netflix on Christmas Day, and has quickly become a smash hit and was deemed the fifth-biggest original series launched to date by the streamer earlier this month "This title has proven immensely popular and we'll have some exciting news about 'Bridgerton' later this week," the company said in their fourth quarterly shareholder letter, as per Deadline. Bridgerton Star Rege-Jean Page Opens Up On James Bond Rumours, Says He Is Glad To Have The ‘Bond’ Badge
Netflix previously said 'Bridgerton' was well on its way to being watched by 63 million households in its first 28 days on the platform. Deadline reported that renewal is expected. According to Fox News. the series, executive produced by Shonda Rhimes, is based on a series of eight books and follows the respected Bridgerton family during London's Regency era, specifically the close-knit siblings' pursuits in romance. On The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Justin Timberlake Reveals Name of Second Baby with Jessica Biel (Watch Video)
Should the show follow the format of the books, a second season would follow Jonathan Bailey's Anthony Bridgerton. The freshman season followed the love affair between Phoebe Dynevor's Daphne Bridgerton and Rege-Jean Page's Simon Basset.