Bridgerton premiered on Netflix on December 25, 2020 and quickly became one of Netflix's most watched series. This series from producer Shonda Rhimes is based on a series of romance books by author Julia Quinn. I've been a fan of the books for several years but I was also thrilled to see the Netflix series make inspired changes and add diversity to the cast and show. The much anticipated second season of the series will be arriving on Netflix on March 25, 2022. Take a dive back into the world of Bridgerton with these eBooks and eResources.
The Books that Inspired the Series
The original Bridgerton series of eight books, plus the ninth book Bridgertons: Happily Ever After that compiles all the second epilogues to each of the original novels and includes a bonus story about Violet Bridgerton.
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If you enjoy the Bridgerton series or period romance in general, here are few other books and movies to try.
More by Julia Quinn
Check out more books from author Julia Quinn, including her Bridgerton prequel series.
Behind the Show
Learn more about the cast & crew of the series plus the author of the books.
- The Author: Julia Quinn
- The Producer: Shonda Rhimes
- Simon, Duke of Hastings: Regé-Jean Page
- Daphne Bridgerton: Phoebe Dynevor
- Lady Danbury: Adjoa Andoh
- Lady Whistledown: Julie Andrews
Read articles about the show and interviews with the cast & crew.
- Bridgerton on Netflix Season 2: Here's Everything We Know
- The Next Conquest (interview with Regé-Jean Page)
- The New Belles of Bridgerton
- Netflix's 'Bridgerton' will Make You Swoon
- 19th-Century Foxes
- 'Bridgerton' imagines a more colorful England
- Everything to Know About the Bridgerton Books
- No Bonnets, Bold Gowns: Bridgerton is the 'Opposite of Jane Austen'
While they're unfortunately not available as eBooks, there are a couple of fun unofficial Bridgerton related cookbooks that are available to checkout or place on hold at your favorite San José Public Library location.