All I was hoping for from Season 2 of Netflix’s hit regency era romance series Bridgerton was more butt cheeks. And it delivered! And although this season they were Jonathan Bailey’s cakes instead of Regé-Jean Page’s Duke of Hastings pudding, they made me horny all the same. However, according to USA Today, viewers of S2 have been disappointed in the relative lack of carnality that stimulated S1. To which Johnathan says, you horn-dogs ever heard of edging?
Since Regé-Jean Page’s buttcheeks won’t even get out of bed for $50,000 per episode, season two of Shonda Rhimes’ Netflix hit Bridgerton contains exactly zero scoops of The Duke of Hastings’ pudding. Instead, the second season will focus on Lord Anthony Bridgerton’s butt, or bar(r)ing that, his wet torso at the very least. Jonathan Bailey’s Anthony Bridgerton returns as Netflix’s most eligible bachelor if we don’t count* Kanye or Shake from Love is Blind 2. *we don’t
Squid Game is the tits, y’all! The South Korean drama following a group of people with debts who end up playing children’s games where people die as they try to win millions of dollars, has become the thing of the moment. It’s blown up the internet in South Korea and has officially become part of the Zeitgeist. And now we’ve learned that it’s kicked Shonda Rhimes‘ ass to the curb like Disneyland before she got her free pass. Bridgerton has been toppled and Squid Game is now Netflix’s most successful debut series.
Not that it matters since we’re all probably going to be dead next year anyway but production on season 2 of Bridgerton has been halted indefinitely due to the ongoing pandemic that is determined to see us all dead by next year. According to Deadline, for the second time in a week, Netflix has had to shut down production on its big butts and bustles blockbuster due to a positive COVID-19 test. Bridgerton shoots in England where two other productions, Netflix’s Matilda based on the Broadway musical and HBO’s Game Of Thrones prequel House of The Dragon, have also been shut down due to COVID. At this rate, the surviving population of the coronapocalypse is going to have nothing but reruns of the Friends reunion to watch next season and that’s only if they can fend off the parasitic mutant anti-vaxxers who roam the wasteland in search of a host.
Bridgerton, the Shonda Rhimes fancy wig show that became Netflix’s biggest hit to date, is getting its very own spinoff. The limited prequel series will go back in time and follow the origin story of Bridgerton’s Queen Charlotte. The character, currently played by Golda Rosheuvel, is based on the real Queen Charlotte (1744-1818), who married King George, the dude best known for going “mad”.
The spinoff will also tell the backstories of young Violet Bridgerton (the mom) and Lady Danbury (the Duke’s mentor). What about the messy, manipulative Baroness Featherington? If she’s not in the spinoff, please consider giving her one of her own. And casting a scheming little weasel with cleavage?
It was announced last week that the super-hot Duke from the Netflix romance series which everyone went ballistic over, Bridgerton, will not be in its second season. Even though the show was viewed by every living human (real number: 82 million households), it was announced that Regé-Jean Page is moving on to other projects and will not return to the show. That wail you heard was the collective displeasure of millions of pent-up horny folk. But this was always Regé-Jean’s master plan. He revealed that Bridgerton is sort of like an anthology series and he was drawn to the show because it was a one-and-done type of project. Sorry horny folk looking for some romance novel butt-thrusting, if you wanna fap to the Duke of Hastings you’re stuck with season one.