We didn’t need the proof, but we’ve got it. Bridgerton season 2 first look proves that Simone Ashley and Jonathan Bailey are the perfect Kate and Anthony.
MVP of Bridgerton, Colin Bridgerton, Number 3, is chaotic, mischievous, and underestimated by most people around him, including his own family. He gets by with his charm and sense of … Continue Reading Five Reasons Why Colin Bridgerton is the MVP of ‘Bridgerton’
Bridgerton’s Portia Featherington falls into what I like to think of as the “Severus Snape League.” Is she someone that I like as a person? Not necessarily, at least not … Continue Reading Scene Breakdown: The Meaning of “Enough” in Bridgerton’s “After the Rain”
It’s no secret every Polin (Colin Bridgerton and Penelope Featherington of Netflix’s Bridgerton) fan loves their dancing scene (at 1:12) in season one’s “Diamond of the First Water.” There are … Continue Reading Polin Week, Day Six: Favorite Show Scene
“Oceans Apart” is both my favorite and objectively, the strongest episode in Bridgerton’s first season. And apparently, writing 4,461 words wasn’t enough because I’m back to talk about it more. … Continue Reading Scene Breakdown: Brandy, Brothers, and Vulnerability in Bridgerton’s “Oceans Apart”
Bridgerton’s Chris Van Dusen teases the second season’s first episode title and it’s one fans of the book series understand all too well. As it’s been made clear multiple times … Continue Reading Bridgerton’s Chris Van Dusen Teases the First Episode Title of Season 2
There’s so much that happens in Bridgerton’s “An Affair of Honor” that it’s easy to look beyond certain scenes that are quieter and less explosive. That’s the case with Benedict clearly wanting … Continue Reading Scene Breakdown: The Inability to Say More in Bridgerton’s “An Affair of Honor”
Simon and Daphne have a number of precious dances throughout Bridgerton’s first season, but their first dance in “Shock and Delight” stands as our favorite. (And we’ve spoken many times … Continue Reading Scene Breakdown: Simon and Daphne’s Dance in Bridgerton’s “Shock and Delight”
In honor of March being women’s history month, we are going to take the time to highlight and celebrate some of our favorite ladies in TV and Film. Bridgerton premiered … Continue Reading Women’s History Month: Celebrating the Women of ‘Bridgerton’
Bridgerton’s Simon Basset is a rake, but Simon Basset is also a damn good man, which is largely why his character is so fascinating.
On this week’s episode of Lady Geeks’ Society Podcast, we sit down to discuss Bridgerton’s sixth episode “Swish.” As we both agree, while there are some great moments, it is … Continue Reading Lady Geeks’ Society Podcast | Episode VII: “Swish” Review
As a mother, a wife, a sibling, a duchess, and a friend, Daphne Bridgerton has ample room to be given the opportunities to shine.
On this week’s episode of Lady Geeks’ Society Podcast through a myriad of technical difficulties we cover all things Bridgerton’s “The Duke and I” which translates to all things Simon … Continue Reading Lady Geeks’ Society Podcast | Episode VI: “The Duke and I” Review
A detailed scene by scene breakdown of the most important scenes in Bridgerton’s The Viscount Who Loved Me.
When Penelope Featherington smiles and laughs, we see a strong, kind, and loving girl who deserves better but doesn’t expect better.
Well, gentle readers—we’ve reached the end of the season. (Are we going to be doing this for eight years? Hopefully!) In its season finale “After the Rain” Bridgerton excelled at … Continue Reading Bridgerton 1×08 “After the Rain” Review