Dearest gentle reader, now that the second season of Bridgerton has been released, those who love this show either with a burning passion, or even a just a few embers, have no doubt, consumed each and every episode
#8. Episode 5 “An Unthinkable Fate”
While this is ranked last, and the one episode where I felt the pacing and plots screech not to a halt but to a much slower pace, I cannot call the episode boring or poor. It simply does not match up to the rest of the season
#7. Episode 1 “Capital R in Rake”
Simone Ashley recently confirmed that she and Jonathan would be returning for the third season. It’s my hope that they are given a subplot of their own to allow viewers into their lives post-happy ever after.
#6. Episode 6 “The Choice”
What makes this episode shine is that it ups the dramatic tension, showcases the depths Kate is willing to go to ensure her sister’s happiness, denying her own heart in the process, until those feelings between her and Anthony are on full display