What is Bridgerton Season 3 About?


Fans of the famous Netflix series are impatiently anticipating their invitation to return to the Tonne for season 3. Fortunately, while we wait, here is our guide to everything you need to know about the upcoming season.

The story of Bridgerton is based on Julia Quinn’s well-known novel series of the same name. The first season of the TV show focused on the romance between Daphne Bridgerton and Simon (Regé-Jean Page), while season two focused on Anthony Bridgerton and Kate (Simone Ashley). Another Brigerton sibling will presumably do the same in season three as they search for their ideal partner.

When season 2 debuted on March 25, 2022, it immediately overtook season 1 as the most-viewed English-language series on Netflix. And given that Lady Whistledown’s secrecy is about to be revealed, there are still a lot of Bridgerton children who need to be married, and there are a number of passionate encounters just waiting to be seen, the news that season 3 of Bridgerton is coming is not surprising. So, this is what we know about the season 3 Bridgerton storyline.

What is Bridgerton season 3 about?

In contrast to the original novels’ chronological chronology, Penelope and Colin’s love story will be the main emphasis of Bridgerton season 3.

The programme will skip beyond Benedict’s love tale and jump right into Colin’s novel, “Romancing Mister Bridgerton,” instead. Bridgerton season 3 will begin up where season 2 left off, with Penelope and Eloise’s friendship in ruins after the latter learned of her Lady Whistledown secret, as stated in the series’ official description. After hearing Colin chatting about her to his friends, Penelope leaves season 3 without carrying a torch for him.

Colin is eager to rekindle their friendship when his travels are over, so he agrees to support Penelope in her efforts to find a husband. Colin is forced to grapple with his affection for Penelope as his mentorship goes a bit too well, despite the fact that she accepts it and is determined to marry in order to live a more independent life.