One of the best Christmas presents of 2020 was the release of humungous Netflix hit Bridgerton, which hit our screens over the festive period and proceeded to dominate the TV world into 2021. And while Christmas 2021 came a little too soon for the same blessed arrival, Valentine’s Day just last month brought us a trailer for season two, and a few days later, Secret Cinema’s Bridgerton Ball opened its doors, so you could get your fill of Regency era scandal firsthand. Well, hear ye, hear ye, folks: the full second season of Bridgerton has arrived on Netflix today (March 25)!
For those of you who haven’t called into work sick and are already on episode four, season two of Bridgerton will shine the spotlight on Anthony Bridgerton’s love life, perhaps offering him the shot at happiness that his sister Daphne was given in the opening season. With Lady Whistledown’s all-seeing eye watching over happenings, there’ll be a new set of characters, each of whom will be bringing their own dramas to the Ton.
And if you can’t get enough of the drama on-screen, there’s a way to immerse yourself in the world of Bridgerton off-screen too, until April 16. London’s much-anticipated Bridgerton immersive experience is taking the capital by storm, allowing you to don your finest party frocks and attend an exquisite ball themed around the world of the Ton. It’s been put together by immersive cinema legends Secret Cinema and event discovery maestros Fever with the blessing of Netflix, so you know it’s going to be liberally sprinkled with all the magic of the show.
Guests are invited to join the festivities with delicious food, dances, games of chance, and a dazzling light show, so rest assured it’ll have all the opulence of Bridgerton. You’ll be given a bespoke character backstory and your own storyline, so all you’ll need to do is pick out the perfect gown and come prepared to impress the Queen.