After two abrupt halts owing to COVID-19 cases within sets, production on “Bridgerton” season 2 has resumed.
Following a second verified case, the production was stopped indefinitely in mid-July.
Netflix declined to comment at the time on whether the two cases included members of the cast or crew but did clarify that both people were placed in isolation.
Season 2 will focus on the family’s eldest son Anthony Bridgerton (Jonathan Bailey) and his search for a suitable mate, based on Julia Quinn’s second novel in the series.
Even before the start of production for the second season, Bridgerton was renewed for a third and fourth season. Regé-Jean Page, who played Duke of Hastings Simon Bassett in the first season, will not return for the sequel.
Netflix has further announced that it will expand the ‘Bridgerton’ universe with a new limited series focusing on Queen Charlotte’s (Golda Rosheuvel) origins and love life.
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