Bridgerton Season 2 [Series Review]

Anthony begins his search for a wife, Eloise braves her society debut, and Lady Danbury helps the queen choose a diamond among the season’s debutantes.

Bridgerton Season 2 we are back with the Bridgerton family once again to see Anthony find the correct wife to marry and finally bring fourth honor to his family and for him to start one as well.

This season was very different from the previous one. Why? Because here we see more about some of the characters in the series specially Anthony and the Bridgerton family. This is not only a season of Romance and love this brings more to the table.

This season goes really in deep in the Bridgerton family and show us how Anthony is very focused with the better of his family and as well how much he has been caring in terms of keeping afloat his legacy and honor.

In the rest this season was similar to the previous one but the difference was that behind the main plot line their was many things in the works and a sleight set up for the next season.

Having this season with same cast members and as well new ones that bring to life to there characters and you as a viewer you can connect with those new characters.

Having a big influence from the Character Penelope and bring much more to the table of Lady whistledown. Plus Eloise brought alot to the table in the plot and the story.

This season not only brings a new love story. But it brings to the table many topics in which in the day to day we can connect and can relate as well. Plus how can a whole community change their mind with simple things and how can your honor be affected as well.

Plus the wardrobe in this season was espectacular and amazing they went for more this season and nailed it fully. The music as well was very good and in par to the previous season.

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