How Does Bridgerton Season 2 End? Bridgerton Season 2 has been recently released on Netflix. Bridgerton season 2 is based on the second book of the Bridgerton book series named “The Viscount Who Loved Me”. The first season of Bridgerton was released in December 2020.
Bridgerton tv-series is created by Chris Van Dusen and it is based on a famous book series by Julia Quinn. This book series has a total of 8 books and each book is focused on the life of one of the Bridgerton Siblings. Season 1 was based on “Duke and I”.
Bridgerton has been rated TV-MA for the content shown in the series.
Bridgerton 2 Synopsis
The story of Bridgerton Season 2 revolves around the life of the eldest Bridgerton child named Anthony and covers everything from his relationship with the Sharma sisters named Kate and Edwina. In this series, Kate is seen looking for a good match for her younger sister Edwina and met Anthony. Initially, Kate selected Anthony for Edwina but later in the series, it is shown that after spending some time together, Kate and Anthony fell in love.
How Does Bridgerton Season 2 End?
Talking about “How Does Bridgerton Season 2 End?”. Towards the end of the series, Kate and Anthony are seen spending some quality time together. After being the whole night together, Kate is shocked to see Anthony has left without informing her. Kate started feeling guilty as she was backstabbing her own sister. In order to overcome this guilt, Kate decided to go on horseriding.
In this ride, Kate had an accident and was injured badly. Anthony who was also horseriding just a few meters away found Kate in badly injured condition and took her for treatment. During the treatment, Anthony made sure that Kate gets the best treatment. Seeing their love for each other, Edwina finally decided to step back and let them spend their life together. Just a few months after this accident, Anthony and Kate get married.
The Bridgerton TV series has a total of 18 episodes and 2 seasons to date. The first episode of season one was released back in December 2020. This tv series has a running time of approx 1hour per episode. Bridgerton is currently streaming on Netflix worldwide.