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‘Bridgerton’ Season 3 will release in two parts in 2024.

'Bridgerton' Season 3 will release in two parts in 2024.

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Regency-era drama Bridgerton is all set to return in 2024. Ahead of Bridgerton Season 3, the makers have unveiled new photos. The pictures spotlight Nicola Coughlan’s Penelope Featherington and Luke Newton’s Colin Bridgerton. Referred to as #Polin, the two are set to take centre stage in the upcoming episodes.

The snaps also show Jonathan Bailey’s Anthony and Simone Ashley’s Kate cozying up. A poster from Season 3 shows Penelope’s mirror reflection. The poster reads, “Even a wallflower can bloom.”

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‘Bridgerton’ Season 3 Release date

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Netflix’s much-awaited series ‘Bridgerton‘ will be releasing its third season in the summer of 2024. The upcoming season of the romantic show will come in two parts. Part 1 will be released on May 16, and Part 2 on June 13.

ABOUT THE THIRD SEASON

After a long wait, ‘Bridgerton‘ fans can finally rejoice. The date for the third season of the show has been announced. Unlike the previous two seasons, this one will stream on Netflix in two parts. The official handle of the streaming platform took to Instagram and wrote, “The only ship we want to see this cuffing season. Bridgerton Season 3 will premiere in two parts: Part 1 on May 16th and Part 2 on June 13th.”

Season 3 Announcement

Finally, ‘Bridgerton’ lovers can celebrate after a lengthy wait. The third season’s premiere date has been revealed. This season, in contrast to the last two, will be available on Netflix in two parts. The streaming service’s official account posted on Instagram, saying, “This cuffing season is the only ship we want to see.” Part 1 of Bridgerton Season 3 will debut on May 16 and Part 2 on June 13 (sic).”

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