Although Bridgerton Season 3’s lengthy hiatus was somewhat alleviated by Queen Charlotte, the delay remains lengthy nonetheless. We finally have information regarding the premiere date of the upcoming season of the romance drama, over a year and a half after Season 2 debuted. Penelope Featherington’s (Nicola Coughlan) and Colin Bridgerton’s (Luke Newton) romantic journey will occupy the entirety of Season 3.
Bridgerton Season 3 release date
The release schedules for Season 3 of Bridgerton are finally known. Netflix declared the forthcoming chapter to be available in two installments on December 12. The initial installment is scheduled to premiere on May 16, 2024, followed by the second installment on June 13, 2024.
Bridgerton Season 3 casting
In addition to Nicola Coughlan, her love interest Colin, ex-boyfriend Eloise, and other members of the Bridgerton family, Penelope Featherington will be reprised in her role as Nicola Coughlan. Nonetheless, Francesca’s role has been completely recast. Ruby Stokes has been cast in the Netflix series Lockwood & Co., so Hannah Dodd will assume her responsibilities.
Sam Phillips (The Crown), Daniel Francis (Stay Close), and James Phoon (Wreck) have all joined the cast for the upcoming season as male actors voicing Marcus Anderson, Lord Debling, and Harry Dankworth, respectively.
Lady Tilley Arnold, a young widow portrayed by Hannah New, relishes the financial, social, and erotic autonomy that comes with the position of executor of her late husband’s estate.
Season 3 will not feature Phoebe Dynevor’s Daphne. Furthermore, Season 3 will not see the return of Regé-Jean Page, who portrayed the mesmerizing Duke of Hastings in Season 1 but departed for Season 2.
Key members of the cast:
Nicola Coughlan as Penelope Featherington
Luke Newton as Colin Bridgerton
Claudia Jessie as Eloise Bridgerton
Jonathan Bailey as Anthony Bridgerton
Simone Ashley as Kate Sharma
Luke Thompson as Benedict Bridgerton
Florence Hunt as Hyacinth Bridgerton
Adjoa Andoh as Lady Agatha Danbury
Golda Rosheuvel as Queen Charlotte
Julie Andrews as the voice of Lady Whistledown
New Leading Man
In season three, Colin Bridgerton assumes the role of the main character, in contrast to seasons one and two, which showcased Daphne Bridgerton (portrayed by Phoebe Dynevor) and Anthony Bridgerton, respectively.
Who is behind Season 3 of Bridgerton
Ahondaland produces Season 3 of Bridgerton. Jess Brownell, a producer and writer for Season 3, is the showrunner of Bridgerton. In addition to Chris Van Dusen, Shonda Rhimes, Betsy Beers, and Tom Verica are all EPs.
Bridgerton Season 2 Plot
Viscount Anthony Bridgerton, the eldest sibling of the Bridgerton family, and his affection for Kate Sharma, the eldest sister of his future wife Edwina Sharma, comprise the narrative of the second season. A meeting with Kate Sharma quickly alters Viscount Bridgerton’s perspective from lacking a “love match” to regarding matrimony merely as a formality required to carry on his family’s heritage.
After much deliberation, he ultimately extends a proposal to Kate, and she ultimately decides to accept, notwithstanding her initial reluctance due to apprehension regarding the reaction of her sister Edwina. The Queen informs Edwina that she has a prince-in-waiting nephew whom she would be delighted to introduce after the season when the couple weds for the very first time.
Kate is now in charge of the household, and she has big boots on,” Sharma told Deadline regarding her character’s relationship with Viscount Bridgerton in season two. Her capability appears to be satisfactory.
Certainly, I do not wish to impart that vulnerability and tenderness to Anthony; however, she may do so. Her having a residence and starting a family simply fills me with joy. Her development excites me greatly. I believe Kate would be much more courageous, less stubborn in her beliefs, and more resolute in her convictions.