"Bridgerton" is an American streaming television period drama series directed by Chris Van Dusen.
The starring cast includes Adjoa Andoh as Lady Danbury, Lorraine Ashbourne as Mrs. Varley, Jonathan Bailey as Anthony, Ruby Barker as Marina Thompson, Sabrina Bartlett as Siena Rosso, Harriet Cains as Philippa Featherington, Bessie Carter as Prudence Featherington, Nicola Coughlan as Penelope Featherington, Phoebe Dynevor as Daphne Basset, Ruth Gemmell as Violet and others.

Here are "Bridgerton" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date, streaming services and everything we know so far.


Is there a trailer for Bridgerton TV series?

Netflix on Wednesday, March 09, 2022 released the trailer for "Bridgerton" you can watch here:
Bridgerton Season 2 | Official Trailer | Netflix.

Plot summary

What is Bridgerton TV series plot?

Here is a short review of "Bridgerton" TV series plot summary.

Set against the backdrop of Regency era London, the Bridgerton siblings - Anthony (Jonathan Bailey), Benedict, Colin, Daphne, Eloise, Francesca, Gregory and Hyacinth - navigate the London society in search of love, surrounded by friends and rivals alike. Each episode includes narration by actress Julie Andrews, who voices the anonymous and ever-scandalous newsletter columnist known as Lady Whistledown (Julie Andrews), who possesses knowledge of all the information in London, drawing everyone's interest, even Queen Charlotte (Golda Rosheuvel).
Unlike the series of novels, Bridgerton is set in an alternate history with a racially integrated London where people of color are members of the ton, some with titles granted by the sovereign. Creator Chris Van Dusen was inspired by historical debate over the 1940s African ancestry claims of Queen Charlotte "...to base the show in an alternative history in which Queen Charlotte's mixed race heritage was not only well-established but was transformative for Black people and other people of color in England." Van Dusen says the series is not "color-blind" because "that would imply that color and race were never considered, when color and race are part of the show."


Who plays who in the Bridgerton TV series cast?

Here is the full cast and characters of "Bridgerton" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Adjoa Andoh  as Lady Danbury a sharp-tongued, insightful doyenne of London society
Lorraine Ashbourne  as Mrs. Varley the Featheringtons' housekeeper
Jonathan Bailey  as Anthony Viscount Bridgerton, the eldest Bridgerton son and head of the family
Ruby Barker  as Marina Thompson a Featherington cousin from an upper middle class rural gentry family
Sabrina Bartlett  as Siena Rosso an opera singer and Anthony's lover
Harriet Cains  as Philippa Featherington the middle Featherington daughter
Bessie Carter  as Prudence Featherington the eldest Featherington daughter
Nicola Coughlan  as Penelope Featherington the youngest Featherington daughter and close friend of Eloise Bridgerton
Phoebe Dynevor  as Daphne Basset (née Bridgerton), Duchess of Hastings, the fourth Bridgerton child and eldest daughter
Ruth Gemmell  as Violet Dowager Viscountess Bridgerton, mother of the Bridgerton children
Florence Hunt  as Hyacinth Bridgerton the eighth and youngest Bridgerton child
Claudia Jessie  as Eloise Bridgerton the fifth Bridgerton child and second daughter, as well as close friend of Penelope Featherington
Ben Miller  as Archibald Baron Featherington, the patriarch of the Featherington family
Luke Newton  as Colin Bridgerton the third Bridgerton son
Regé-Jean Page  as Simon Basset Duke of Hastings (season 1), one of London's most eligible bachelors
Golda Rosheuvel  as Queen Charlotte the Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland
Luke Thompson  as Benedict Bridgerton the second Bridgerton son and an artist
Will Tilston  as Gregory Bridgerton the seventh Bridgerton child and youngest son
Polly Walker  as Portia Baroness Featherington, the matriarch of the Featherington family
Julie Andrews  as the voice of Lady Whistledown the author of a scandalous society newsletter
Molly McGlynn  as Rose Nolan Daphne's loyal maid and confidant
Joanna Bobin  as Lady Cowper Cressida's mother
Jessica Madsen  as Cressida Cowper
Jason Barnett  as Jeffries the Basset butler
Ruby Stokes  as Francesca Bridgerton the sixth Bridgerton child and third daughter
Hugh Sachs  as Brimsley the Queen's secretary
Martins Imhangbe  as Will Mondrich a boxer and confidant of the Duke of Hastings based on the real-life Bill Richmond
Kathryn Drysdale  as Genevieve Delacroix a high society modiste/dressmaker
Geraldine Alexander  as Mrs. Wilson the Bridgerton housekeeper
Simon Ludders  as Humboldt a Bridgerton footman
Julian Ovenden  as Sir Henry Granville
Jamie Beamish  as Lord Nigel Berbrooke
Freddie Stroma  as Prince Frederick of Prussia the Queen's grandnephew
Amy Beth Hayes  as Lady Trowbridge
James Fleet  as King George III the King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland
Simon Lennon  as Lord Ambrose
Georgia Burnell  as Celia lady's maid to Lady Berbrooke
Caroline Quentin  as Lady Berbrooke
Emma Naomi  as Alice Mondrich Will Mondrich's wife
Chris Fulton  as Sir Phillip Crane
Oscar Coleman  as 4-Year Old Simon
Lucas Booth-Clibborn  as 11-Year Old Simon
Cairo Eusebe  as 6-Year Old Simon
Lynette Clarke  as Simon's Nurse
Daphne Di Cinto  as Sarah Basset Duchess of Hastings, Simon's mother
Richard Pepple  as Duke of Hastings
Simone Ashley  as Kate Sharma
Joanne Henry  as Judgy Mama
Ray MacAllan  as Hastings Driver
Ned Porteous  as Lord Wetherby
Joseph Macnab  as Featherington Footman
Sandra Teles  as Lucy Granville
Naomi Preston-Low  as Handsome Young Lady
Eric Tiede  as Boxing Announcer
Anand Desai-Barochia  as Lord Hardy
Tom Lorcan  as Clyveden Footman
Emma Beattie  as Ambitious Mama
Lorn Macdonald  as Albion Finch
Nathan Vidal  as Delivery Boy
Rob Kendrick  as Composer
Nikkita Chadha  as Fashionable Young Lady
Oli Higginson  as Bridgerton Footman
Rupert Evans  as Lord Edmund Bridgerton
Charithra Chandran  as Edwina Sharma
Frank Blake  as Harry
Leah Brotherhead  as Joanna
Pippa Haywood  as Mrs. Colson
Huxley Sheppard  as Peter
James Bryan  as Nicky Mondrich
Bill Ashbridge  as Village Boy
Celine Buckens  as Kitty Langham
Michael Culkin  as Lord Rutledge
Tom Christian  as Reggie
Paul Hunter  as Lord Middlethorpe
George Kemp  as Lord Weaver
David Sterne  as Farmer Robert
Ash Hunter  as Tom
Nicholas Shaw  as Lord Tompkins
Vincent Davies  as Master of Ceremonies
Phil Snowden  as Stage Manager
Raul Fernandes  as Cook
Al Nedjari  as Lord in Waiting
Tosh Wanogho-Maud  as Suitor
Brig Bennett  as Courtier #2
Dempsey Bovell  as Townhouse Artist #1
Ram Gupta  as Nervous Suitor
Ashley Campbell  as Concert Lord
Teri Ann Bobb-Baxter  as Daphne's Birth Midwife
Jonathan Jude  as Handsome Young Man
Matthew Cottle  as Featherington Doctor
Tom Mannion  as Royal Physician
Celine Arden  as Mary
Helene Maksoud  as Townhouse Artist #2
Cate Debenham-Taylor  as Concert Lady
Stuart Organ  as Doctor
Sukh Ojla  as Founding Hospital Nurse
Frances Pooley  as Young Maid
Joey Akubeze  as Royal Footman
Ross Cullum  as Society Man
Eleanor Nawal  as Lively Young Lady
Jordan Alexandra  as Courtesan 1
Luke Pierre  as Liveried Footman
Mark Ramsay  as Innkeeper
Jarren Dalmeda  as Bow Street Runner
Oskar Hulanicki  as Featherington Servant
Amerjit Deu  as Doctor
Paul G. Raymond  as Cook's Assistant
Gilly Tompkins  as Guest 1
Georgia Slowe  as Guest 2
Paul Herzberg  as Man 1
Anthony Wise  as Archbishop
Duncan Watkinson  as Courtier #3
Hamish MacDougall  as Hastings Footman
Sarah Lawn  as Madame
Letty Thomas  as Laundry Maid
Euan Macnaughton  as Daphne's Birth Doctor
Shelley Conn  as Lady Mary Sharma
Rupert Young  as Jack
Calam Lynch  as Theo Sharpe
Sherise Blackman  as Blue Stocking Lady


What are Bridgerton filming details?

"Bridgerton" series are produced by ShondaLand.

The average duration of each episode is 57 - 72 minutes. Country of origin: United States. Original language: English.


What are critics and audiences saying about Bridgerton TV series?

"Bridgerton" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 7.3/10.

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