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Christmas is saved. Actually. On Christmas day itself, Netflix is dropping Shonda Rhimes’s – the maker of Scandal and Gray’s Anatomy – first foray into interval drama, Bridgerton, and we can’t wait.
Based mostly on the books by Julia Quinn, the brand new TV present redefines the costume drama format with totally inclusive casting and a corset load of sass. There’s Mis-teeq ranges of scandal because the characters navigate love, life and backstabbing in Regency England. Oh, and Julie Andrews supplies the voice of the narrator. COULD THIS BE ANY BETTER? Effectively, it might as a result of we have now secured an unique first take a look at the present in all its glory.
On the centre of the drama is Daphne Bridgerton, performed by GLAMOUR’s new heroine, Phoebe Dynevor, the eldest daughter of the highly effective Bridgerton household as she makes her breakthrough on the aggressive AF marriage market.
Nonetheless, while the excessive society scandal sheet written by the mysterious Woman Whistledown celebrates Daphne because the catch of the day, it quickly casts aspersions on her prospects and Daphne’ over-protective brother proves to be an impediment for any of her potential suitors.
Simply when issues couldn’t get extra advanced for Daphne, a reluctant suitor within the dashing type of the rebellious and dedicated bachelor, Duke of Hastings performed by Regé-Jean Web page, comes on the scene. While the duke claims he won’t commit the attraction between the 2 fires up and shortly society can also be wagging their tongues, too.
The collection additionally stars GLAMOUR favorite and Derry Ladies star, Nicola Coughlan alongside a bevy of unbelievable British actors together with, Golda Rosheuvel, Jonathan Bailey, Luke Newton, Luke Thompson, Claudia Jessie, Nicola Coughlan, Ruby Barker, Sabrina Bartlett, Ruth Gemmell, Adjoa Andoh, Polly Walker, Bessie Carter and Harriet Cains.
So, prepare for some cracking Christmas drama when Bridgerton hits Netflix on 25th December.