Bridgerton Showrunner Jess Brownell Confirms Season 4 is Two Years Away


Fans of the Netflix series “Bridgerton” will need to exercise patience, as showrunner Jess Brownell confirmed in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter that there will be a two-year wait until the fourth season premieres.

Brownell shed light on the intricate production process, explaining the various stages that contribute to the lengthy gap between seasons. From filming to editing, dubbing into multiple languages, and the meticulous writing process, each step requires significant time and attention to detail.

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The first season of the lavish romance series, based on Julia Quinn’s novels, debuted in December 2020, with subsequent seasons released in March 2022 and June 2024. With the latest installment now available, fans are already eager for insights into the next chapter.

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Brownell teased that clues about the focus of the fourth season might be hidden in the closing moments of season three.

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