Lady Whistledown is back after more than a year before Season 2 of Netflix’s hit Bridgerton, with the sexy saga focusing this time on the love story between Anthony Bridgerton and Kate Sharma. In Season 1, Jonathan Bailey’s Anthony was involved in a sexy against a tree affair with opera singer Siena Rosso. When that failed, Anthony swore off love, but the… Season 2 trailer seemed to indicate that the vow won’t last too long. Critics got a chance to preview Bridgerton Season 2 is ahead of its release on Netflix, so fans can now find out if we can expect Season 2 to live up to the highly binged Season 1.
BridgertonIn the second season, Anthony Edwina will chase Sharma (Charithra Chandran) for practical purposes rather than love. However, no one gets to Edwina, except through her sister Kate (Simone Ashley), who apparently has a direct click with Anthony. How will Anthony navigate those tricky waters? How does season 2 hold up? without the Duke of Hastings by Rege-Jean Page† Will we get one of ours? Season 1 questions answered? Most importantly, is it as steamy as the first round? Let’s see what the reviews say Bridgerton Season 2.
Proma Khosla of mashable says Season 1 was just a prelude to what awaits the audience in Season 2. The central relationship is treated with more maturity and nuance, despite not as much real sex:
Caroline Framke van Varietyfeels however Bridgerton took too long to get to the “good stuff” with its second series of episodes. And yes, she’s talking about the sex scenes† But according to the critic, the actors are very, very good, especially Jonathan Bailey for his development of Anthony from season 1:
Angie Han van THR calls season 2 “less sexy but almost as sweet,” and one of its more impressive feats is the fact that it makes Anthony a worthy romantic protagonist.
Meghan O’Keefe from Decision maker claims that season 2 is less intoxicating than season 1 and tends to forget what drew fans to it in the first place. Despite all that, though, the upcoming season of Bridgerton is still worth watching:
Alex Stedman from IGN says she was worried Bridgerton couldn’t replicate Season 1’s blistering romance without Rege-Jean Page, but thinks it does that and more, saying the series still has a lot in its tank. She rates the second season with an “Awesome” 8 out of 10:
It sounds like viewers are in for a massive build-up of tension between the two main characters – possibly to a frustrating level – but even despite less sex than Season 1, the critics all seemed to enjoy the story that Jonathan Bailey and Simone Ashley told through their characters. to tell . The upcoming season is pretty strong on Rotten Tomatoes at the time of writing, as it’s 84% fresh with just under 20 ratings.
Season 2 of Bridgerton will be available for streaming on Friday, March 25 with a Netflix subscription† Check out this other series available on Netflixas well as our TV schedule 2022 to see when all the new and returning shows will premiere.