Showrunner Shonda Rhimes collects a notable series of television hits such as Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal and How to Get Away with Murder. Now the list has gone up: Bridgerton, A series produced for Netflix, has become the most watched streaming service.
By device Flixpatrol, Which oversees streaming successes, Bridgerton leads the rankings of the most watched series. Considering the films, the production ranks second only to George Clooney’s Midnight Sky.
Bridgerton, which began on 25 December, leads Brazil, the United States and the United Kingdom.
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Bridgerton is based on a series of books by American author Julia Quinn. In all, there are nine works, which tell the trajectory of the brothers of the family in search of love. The author has sold over 3.5 million copiesNetflix / press release
Bridgerton’s soundtrack captures the attention of audiences who are fans of pop music. After all, you don’t expect to hear songs from pop stars such as Taylor Swift, Billy Ilish and Ariana Grande in the 19th century series. Many interpretations are from the vitamin string quartetNetflix / press release
Will Bridget Have a Season 2? Officially, Netflix did not confirm, but a sequel is very likely. After all, the first film has been very successful and of course, there are still many books to adapt toNetflix / press release
black Queen! Shonda Rhimes always seeks variety in her productions and, in Bridgerton, she cast actress Golda Rochewell to be the Emperor. The screenwriter was inspired by Queen Charlotte (1755–1818), considered the first mestizo of the British royal family. He will be accompanied by his madragana lover Ben Alandro, the 15th generation of Portuguese king Afonso III, born in North AfricaNetflix / press release
The cast of the series combined well-known names from cinema and television with newcomers. They are in Bridgerton, Adoja Andoh, Reggae-Jean Page, Polly Walker and Phoebe DinerNetflix / press release
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