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October 24, 2021
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About this title


Wealth, lust, and betrayal set against the backdrop of Regency-era England, seen through the eyes of the powerful Bridgerton family.

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Returning Series

Language: English

Release Date: December 25, 2020

Also Known As: A Bridgerton család, Bridgertonowie |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (MA15+), Brazil (16) |  See more »


Plot Keywords

based on novel or book
period drama
georgian or regency era

Company Credits

Production Co: Shondaland


Polly Walker
as Portia Featherington
Ruby Stokes
as Francesca Bridgerton
Harriet Cains
as Philipa Featherington
Jason Barnett
as Jeffries
Ruby Barker
as Marina Thompson
Georgia Burnell
as Celia
Raul Fernandes
as Cook
Michael Culkin
as Lord Rutledge
Ross Cullum
as Society Man
Simon Lennon
as Lord Ambrose
Julie Andrews
as Lady Whistledown
Hamish MacDougall
as Hastings Footman
Florence Hunt
as Hyacinth Bridgerton
Nicola Coughlan
as Penelope Featherington
Nathan Vidal
as Delivery Boy
Matthew Cottle
as Featherington Doctor
Tom Mannion
as Royal Physician
Robert Ryan
as Ball Guest
Laura Lake
as Ton - High Society Lady
Molly McGlynn
as Maid Rose
Al Nedjari
as Lord in Waiting
Stuart Organ
as Doctor
Julian Ovenden
as Sir Henry Granville
Oscar Porter
as Featherington Servant
Huxley Sheppard
as Peter
Luke Pierre
as Liveried Footman
Jonathan Jude
as Handsome Young Man
Cate Debenham-Taylor
as Concert Lady
Robert Jarvis
as Military
George Kemp
as Lord Weaver
Eleanor Nawal
as Lively Young Lady
Sandra Teles
as Lucy Granville
Eric Tiede
as Boxing Announcer/King's Attendant
Anand Desai-Barochia
as Lord Hardy
Lasco Atkins
as Boxing Spectator
Joanna Bobin
as Lady Cowper
James Bryan
as Nicky Mondrich
Antony Barlow
as Aide-de-Camp to Queen Charlotte
Jonathan Bailey
as Anthony Bridgerton
Frank Blake
as Harry
Glen Passingham
as Bridgerton Footman
Letty Thomas
as Laundry Maid
Anthony Wise
as Archbishop
Daniel Joseph Woolf
as High Society Courtier
Georgia Slowe
as Guest 2
Dempsey Bovell
as Townhouse Artist #1
Oli Higginson
as Bridgerton Footman
Cairo Eusebe
as 6-Year Old Simon
Phoebe Dynevor
as Daphne Bridgerton
Lorraine Ashbourne
as Mrs. Varley
Naomi Preston-Low
as Handsome Young Lady
Simon Ludders
as Humboldt
Rob Kendrick
as Composer
Luke Newton
as Colin Bridgerton
Kathryn Drysdale
as Genevieve Delacroix
Sukh Ojla
as Founding Hospital Nurse
Rupert Evans
as Edmund Bridgerton
Sam Shoubber
as Boxing Match Bookie
Luke Thompson
as Benedict Bridgerton
Tosh Wanogho-Maud
as Suitor
Gilly Tompkins
as Guest 1
Martins Imhangbe
as Will Mondrich
Ray MacAllan
as Hastings Driver
Nikkita Chadha
as Fashionable Young Lady
Kamara Benjamin Barnett
as Featherington Footman
Max Guild
as Lady Trowbridge's Footman
Tom Lorcan
as Clyveden Footman
Golda Rosheuvel
as Queen Charlotte
Paul Hunter
as Lord Middlethorpe
Nicholas Shaw
as Lord Tompkins
Caroline Quentin
as Lady Berbrooke
Sabrina Bartlett
as Siena Rosso
Oscar Coleman
as 4-Year Old Simon
Pippa Haywood
as Mrs. Colson
Ash Hunter
as Tom
Alfredo Tavares
as Model/Upper Class Citizen
Regé-Jean Page
as Simon Basset
Celine Buckens
as Kitty Langham
Ram Gupta
as Nervous Suitor
Lauren Metcalfe
as Dunbury maid
Vincent Davies
as Master of Ceremonies
Charithra Chandran
as Edwina Sharma
Phil Snowden
as Stage Manager
Lynette Clarke
as Simon's Nurse
Shelley Conn
as Lady Mary Sharma
Joseph Macnab
as Featherington Footman
Calam Lynch
as Theo Sharpe
Jarren Dalmeda
as Bow Street Runner
Diane Loren
as Queen's Royal Maid
Geraldine Alexander
as Mrs. Wilson
Chris Fulton
as Sir Phillip Crane
Ruth Gemmell
as Lady Violet Bridgerton
Mark Ramsay
as Innkeeper
Claudia Jessie
as Eloise Bridgerton
Joanne Henry
as Judgy Mama
Paul G. Raymond
as Cook's Assistant
Brig Bennett
as Courtier #2
Mark Schneider
as High Society
Stuart Cooke
as Aide-de-Camp
Lorn Macdonald
as Albion Finch
Richard Pepple
as Duke of Hastings
Frances Pooley
as Young Maid
Oliver Martin
as High Society (Ton)
Will Tilston
as Gregory Bridgerton
David Sterne
as Farmer Robert
Celine Abrahams
as Mary
Euan Macnaughton
as Daphne's Birth Doctor
Duncan Watkinson
as Courtier #3
Hugh Sachs
as Brimsley
Chi Lewis-Parry
as The Beast
Emma Naomi
as Alice Mondrich
James Fleet
as King George III
Adjoa Andoh
as Lady Danbury
Jessica Madsen
as Cressida Cowper
Jamie Beamish
as Nigel Berbrooke
Ned Porteous
as Lord Wetherby
Karishma Navekar
as Eloise's Maid
Helene Maksoud
as Townhouse Artist #2
Amy Beth Hayes
as Lady Trowbridge
Sarah Lawn
as Madame
Tom Christian
as Reggie
Amerjit Deu
as Doctor
Teri Ann Bobb-Baxter
as Daphne's Birth Midwife
Bessie Carter
as Prudence Featherington
Ben Miller
as Lord Featherington
Emma Beattie
as Ambitious Mama
Daphne Di Cinto
as Duchess of Hastings
Jordan Alexandra
as Courtesan 1
Lucas Booth-Clibborn
as 11-Year Old Simon
Rupert Young
as Jack
Leah Brotherhead
as Joanna
Bill Ashbridge
as Village Boy
Clifton Harrison
as Musician
Joey Akubeze
as Royal Footman
Freddie Stroma
as Prince Friedrich
Ashley Campbell
as Concert Lord
Simone Ashley
as Kate Sharma
Paul Herzberg
as Man 1

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2020 | 8 Episodes

Season 2

2021 | 6 Episodes

Season 3

2021 | 1 Episodes

Season 4

2021 | 1 Episodes




Awards & NominationsSee more »

British Film Designers Guild Awards 2020


British Film Designers Guild Awards

Best Production Design for an International TV Drama including Mini Series, TV Movie or Limited Series

AFI Awards, USA 2021


AFI Awards, USA

TV Program of the Year

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