First trailer for Bridgerton's second season is here and we are absolutely swooning

Last year, Lady Whistledown, voiced by Julie Andrews in the show, announced that there would be a Bridgerton season two and teased details about what to expect in the second instalment of the insanely popular Netflix period drama.

Now, finally, we are getting the first-look teaser trailer, and we are absolutely ecstatic!


Photo / Netflix


Photo / Netflix

"Dear reader, did you miss me? Lady Whistledown returns for Season 2 of Bridgerton March 25, 2022, only on Netflix," the trailer description reads.

"This new season is going to be epic can’t wait for the drama," one excited fan wrote online.


Photo / Netflix


Photo / Netflix

"I can't tell you all how loud I screamed seeing this! Their story was my favourite in the book series. I'm super duper excited!" another viewer shared.

This comes after a sneak-peek video showed Anthony Bridgerton (played by Jonathan Bailey) having some women trouble after Kate Sharma (played by Simone Ashley) overhears his "many requirements for a wife" and is very unimpressed


Photo / Netflix


Photo / Netflix

She then adds, "When you manage to find this paragon of virtue, whatever makes you think she will accept your suit? Are the young ladies of London to be so easily won by a pleasing smile and absolutely nothing more? ... Your character is as deficient as your horsemanship. I shall bid you goodnight."

In the short clip, Anthony asks Kate: "You take issue with my requirements?" To which she replies heatedly, "I take issue with any man who views women merely as chattels and breeding stock."

Bridgerton's first season was a runaway hit for Netflix, having been watched by an estimated 63 million households across the globe.

A huge part of the allure of the first season was the character of Simon Basset, played by Regé-Jean Page. His steamy love affair with Daphne Bridgerton, played by Phoebe Dynevor, had viewers swooning and many were disappointed to discover that the character of Simon would not be returning.

A huge part of the allure of the first season was the character of Simon Basset (Regé-Jean Page) and his steamy love affair with Daphne Bridgerton (Pheobe Dynevor). Photo / Netflix

It seems that "creative differences" arose between Page and the show's executive producer, Shonda Rhimes.

Instead, the second season will focus on the love life of the eldest Bridgerton son, Anthony, in line with the books the series is based on, written by Julia Quinn.

Only time will tell if the second season can lure in as many viewers as the first. Regé-Jean Page will be sorely missed.

Season two of Bridgerton is set to hit Netflix on March 25, 2022.

- The Hits, additional reporting by NZ Herald