‘Bridgerton’ Has Been Keeping Jonathan Bailey Busy

As his lead role in “Bridgerton” Season 2 catapults him to new fame, the actor has been onstage most nights, starring in a play called “Cock.”

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‘Bridgerton’ Star Simone Ashley Talks Chemistry and Representation

The “Bridgerton” star spoke about chemistry on set and representation onscreen in an interview.

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How ‘Unofficial Bridgerton Musical’ Beat Broadway at the Grammys

With their award for “The Unofficial Bridgerton Musical,” two musical theater newcomers won against veterans like Andrew Lloyd Webber and Stephen Schwartz.

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How ‘Bridgerton’ Touches on Colonialism in India

Season 2 of the Netflix show centers on the Sharma family, whose story of moving between England and India has echoes in historical fact.

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Netflix Lures ‘Bridgerton’ Fans With Live Event: The Queen’s Ball

A royal ball inspired by the popular Shonda Rhimes show aims to encourage the kind of water-cooler buzz that streaming services have struggled to create.

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The Secret Is Out on Nicola Coughlan, a ‘Bridgerton’ Star

A few years ago, Nicola Coughlan was working in an optician’s office in Ireland. Now, with “Bridgerton” and “Derry Girls,” she’s starring in two of the most beloved shows on Netflix.

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Emmy Awards 2021: Watch to Watch For

“The Crown” and Netflix could have a big night and bring the streaming service its first top award for a series. Here’s what else to expect, and a look at the favorites and potential upsets.

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‘Bridgerton’ Star Regé-Jean Page Will Not Appear in Season 2

The breakout star of the Shonda Rhimes Netflix series has delivered his final zinger as the rakish Duke of Hastings.

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TV’s Battle of the Binge: Why the Wait Can Be Worth It

Streaming TV promised to free us from schedules, but series like “WandaVision” show that weekly rituals still have power.

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‘Bridgerton’s’ Approach to Race and Casting Has Precedent Onstage

There’s been much discussion about the presence of Black actors in Regency England on the Netflix show, but performers of color have been playing historical roles in London theaters for decades.

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‘Bridgerton’ Takes On Race. But Its Core Is Escapism.

The Netflix hit departs from the homogeneous casting of most period drama, imagining an 19th-century Britain with Black royalty and aristocrats.

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For Television and Romance Novels, Love at Last?

The new Netflix series “Bridgerton” joins a tiny but growing handful of prestige shows adapted from mass-market romance books. What took so long?

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Review: ‘Bridgerton’ Is a Sparkly Period Piece With a Difference

The first Netflix series from Shonda Rhimes’s company updates the genre with modern race and gender attitudes (and lots of skin).

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With ‘Bridgerton,’ Scandal Comes to Regency England

For her first Netflix series, Shonda Rhimes and her team infuse period-drama escapism with modern-day sensibilities.

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