‘Bridgerton’ Season 2 Review: Loosely Inspired by The Book

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  1. Linda D. says:

    Frankly, I’m bummed. I admit I’ve never read the books, so take what I’m about to say with a grain of salt. I’ve never warmed to the character of Anthony. Taking nothing away from the actor who plays him, I thought Anthony an insufferable, irredeemable misogynist. The fact that the character of Kate would be my stand-in for instant hatred means that the chemistry between the actors will need to be smokin’ hot for me to overcome my prejudice. Aside from your review, most of those I’ve read indicate that the actors are worthy, but the script as written is not. Disappointing. After the first season I was hoping for great sexual tension, sarcasm, wit, and the deep burn of unsolved mysteries. I’ll watch on Friday when it debuts in the States, but I’m already a bit disappointed. Not a great way to begin a binge watch, for sure.

  2. Jasmine Plantt says:

    I have read a spoiler review, and I must say that I am glad I did. I would have been heartbroken if I had watched it Friday not knowing that they plan to utterly rip apart the plot and throw useless scandal fodder in as a plot. I was really looking forward to this story and I feel like in their effort to be as good as season 2, they overshot the mark by trying too hard. They had a beautiful plot just like season 1, but instead they chose to go down the “Scandal” route and drag out what should be a 1+2 Punch love story. It really hurts bc some of the characters decisions and plot decisions make no sense for the time period. It makes daphnes being alone with 2 men in the dark walk, seem like child’s play. It’s like they lost their identity, what made them special. I am sure I will love some parts, but it will never touch season 1, and that’s a shame bc Anthony and Kate deserve better.😭

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