'Bridgerton' Season 3 Trailer, Release Date, Cast & More

'Bridgerton' Season 3 is releasing soon, prepare for stolen kisses and the blooming romance between Penelope and Colin.

Published On Mar 26, 2024 | Updated On Apr 13, 2024


Regency romance addicts, the wait is over, Lady Whistledown has finally broken her silence, and the news is hotter than a stolen glance across a crowded ballroom. Yes, Netflix is coming up with Bridgerton season 3, and we're positively buzzing with all the anticipation. Adding to your excitement, as per the full-blown trailer released by Netflix, the story will focus on the long-awaited romance between Colin Bridgerton (Luke Newton) and Penelope Featherington (Nicola Coughlan).

Let us tell you, it's everything we hoped for and more. Think extravagant gowns, dreamy gazes, and enough tension to snap a corset lace. We're talking stolen kisses, whispered secrets, and a whole lot of will-they-won't-they that'll leave you needing a fainting couch. But of course, Lady Whistledown wouldn't leave us completely satisfied, would she?  The trailer throws out more questions than answers. So, let’s find out everything that you need to catch up about Bridgerton season 3 before release.

Bridgerton Season 3 trailer

The official trailer for Bridgerton season 3 has just arrived, and it promises a season full of romance, intrigue, and self-discovery. The clip opens with a voiceover pondering the age-old question: are we guided by our minds or our hearts? We then see glimpses of Penelope Featherington, seemingly determined to find a husband, and Colin Bridgerton, possibly oblivious to her feelings. The trailer hints at a blossoming romance (perhaps unexpected!), lavish social gatherings, and of course, the return of Lady Whistledown's scathing gossip. Be prepared, regency fans, this season is set to premiere in two parts, with part one arriving on Netflix on May 16th.

Bridgerton Season 3 release date 


Netflix and our very own Lady Whistledown herself have finally confirmed the Bridgerton season 3 release date to be May 16th, 2024 and June 13th, 2024. Yes, unlike previous seasons, this one will be a two-part affair. Don't fret if you can't devour it all at once, because Part 2 follows swiftly behind, arriving on June 13th. So, prepare your finest attire and get ready to return to the world of love, scandal, and of course, plenty of tea.

Bridgerton Season 3 cast 


Bridgerton season 3 welcomes back familiar faces alongside some exciting newcomers. The Bridgerton siblings return, with Jonathan Bailey as Anthony, Simone Ashley as Kate (hopefully navigating the challenges of married life), and the rest of the brood ready to stir up some social season drama.

Nicola Coughlan and Luke Newton remain central as Penelope Featherington and Colin Bridgerton, their long-simmering will-they-won't-they romance finally taking centre stage. We'll also see the return of fan favourites like Lady Danbury (Adjoa Andoh) and Queen Charlotte (Golda Rosheuvel), whose insights and wit are sure to add their unique flavour.

New additions to the cast include Daniel Francis, Sam Phillips, and James Phoon, portraying intriguing new characters who promise to shake things up in the town. With a returning core cast and exciting new faces, this season promises a fresh batch of romantic entanglements and social intrigue.

Story of Bridgerton Season 1 & 2


Bridgerton took the world by storm with its debut season in December 2020. We were introduced to the opulent world of Regency London's marriage market, where Daphne Bridgerton, the eldest daughter, sought love amidst societal pressures.  Her journey intertwined with Simon Bassett, the captivating Duke of Hastings, leading to a passionate yet complicated romance fueled by a secret vow. Themes of love, duty, family, and navigating scandal unfolded amidst lavish settings and dramatic twists.

Bridgerton Season 2, arriving in March 2022, shifted the focus to Anthony Bridgerton, Daphne's brother. Vowing to find a wife based on practicality, he set his sights on Edwina Sharma, a newcomer to London. However, Edwina's strong-willed sister Kate intervened, sparking an enemies-to-lovers romance between her and Anthony. This season explored themes of duty versus love, societal pressures placed on women, and the complexities of family dynamics. Throughout both seasons, Lady Whistledown's anonymous gossip kept the high society abuzz, adding another layer of intrigue to the lavish world of Bridgerton. 

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