This can be a reality universally stated that any display that teases Regency society, scandalous affairs, and sweeping ball robes will attraction immediately to me. Netflix’s new Regency generation collection Bridgerton combines Jane Austen-esque courtship with the prime society scandal of Gossip Woman for a what looks as if a scorching just right time.
Bridgerton, Shondaland’s Netflix debut, follows Daphne Bridgerton (Phoebe Dynevor), the eldest daughter of an impressive English circle of relatives, as she makes her debut into London society. For the ones unfamiliar with the lingo of the Regency Generation, that implies Daphne is gearing as much as struggle each and every different eligible woman in London to safe a a success husband — on this case, essentially the most bold catch of the season is the rebellious Duke of Hastings (Regé-Jean Web page). As though courtship and rubbing elbows in prime society wasn’t sufficient, a prime society gossip rag penned via the enigmatic Girl Whistledown (the voice of Julie Andrews) is coming for everybody with that scorching, juicy goss.
Bridgerton debuts on Netflix on Dec. 25 — easiest Christmas viewing.