Bridgerton 2: filming finished and new revelations of the main character

The filming of the second season of Bridgerton is over and the main character lets herself go to new revelations about the Shondaland TV series for Netflix

After the troubled love story between the Duke of Hastings and the beautiful Daphne, the second season of Bridgerton will focus on a new love story. Fans can't wait to find out all the details and in the meantime one of the actresses is releasing new revelations now that filming is practically over.

Shonda Rhimes, the creator of Bridgerton which is part of the successful series of Shondaland, has already spoken about the second season. In an interview with Variety, Rhimes explained that the second season will focus on the love story between Anthony Bridgerton, the family's second son, and Kate Sharma. Meanwhile, Nicola Coughlan, actress who plays Penelope Featherington, revealed that she has shot the season finale, which will be very intense and dramatic. In short, this new season of Bridgerton 2 is preparing to bring new twists and turns, something that Rhimes fans expect, accustomed to successful series such as even Grey's Anatomy.

Bridgerton 2: the revelations of the actress

Despite the interruptions for cases of Covid-19 infection on the set and a bereavement that hit the production, the filming of the second season of Bridgerton has come to an end. Revealing this is actress Coughlan, who plays Penelope as well as Lady Whistledown, the brilliant gossip writer of the first season who punctuates the adventures of high society.

The actress revealed that in the new episodes her character will interact mostly with Colin Bridgerton and best friend Eloise Bridgerton, who is preparing for her debut in society. For the second season, Coughlan revealed in an interview with RadioTimes that there will be some difficult scenes to digest, for a dramatic ending.

Bridgerton 2: the number of seasons

The audience will not be disappointed by the turn the story takes, according to the actress, even if she had to say goodbye to the Duke of Hastings, played by Regé-Jean Page. The handsome and rebellious duke in fact will not return in the second season of Bridgerton, as also confirmed in an interview by Rhimes. The reason is simple: the second season will focus on Anthony and his love for Kate Sharma, the new character who joins the company.

Rhimes also revealed her intentions for the TV series that has already been renewed until the fifth season: to turn it into an anthology series, where each of the seasons is focused on one of the brothers or sisters of the Bridgerton family. And since there are eight scions, it already seems confirmed that the series will go to an eighth season to tell all the stories of intrigue and love of the high society family.