Is Netflix's latest hit 'Bridgerton' worth all the hype?

Is Netflix's latest hit 'Bridgerton' worth all the hype?

Why do some television shows just become instant hits overnight? We might never know, but 'Bridgerton' is quickly achieving "must-watch" status.


'Tiger King', 'Money Heist', 'The Crown', 'Cobra Kai', the list goes on...

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These are just some of the shows that have entered our world, resulting in us binge-watching as many episodes as we possibly can before becoming obsessed with the series entirely.

Now the latest Netflix original series to take up all the space on our timelines and be the topic of all our conversations is 'Bridgerton'.

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First things first: What is 'Bridgerton'?

From the world that brought us 'Grey's Anatomy', Shondaland and executive producer Shonda Rhimes brings you an 1813-London period drama filled with gorgeous men, beautiful women, and the most ridiculous, extravagant fashions.

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There are love stories, as overcontrolling mothers try to find their daughters worthy suitors, complicated and secret affairs, and balls, so many, glamorous balls.

You can watch the trailer below:

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If you are still unsure about whether or not you should watch this series, let's just say that there is clearly a reason people have been excitedly freaking out about it

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There is only one thing we need to warn you about, something that could take over your life as a result of watching too much 'Bridgerton' (not that we believe that's possible):

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Even if you find the plot average or the people not as attractive, maybe an Ariana Grande pop classic will keep you hooked:

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And just like one of the biggest e-retailers in the world, you might be asking yourself the same question:

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Luckily there are only eight episodes so get out of here and get watching!

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