Friday, October 16, 2020

NETFLIX SETS BRIDGERTON REGENCY ERA SET TV SERIES FOR DECEMBER AND RELEASES A SLATE OF FIRST PHOTOS FROM THE CONTROVERSIAL NEW SHOW

 BRIDGERTON TV SERIES
TO ARRIVE THIS CHRISTMAS
Well, I'm sad to admit, but this looks even trashier than we expected and the blackwashing in it is even more brutal than we thought - they've even
Bridgerton series will arrive to Netflix this Christmas
turned Queen of England into a black person. Of course, the book series by Julia Quinn, on which BRIDGERTON the series is based, has such a strong fandom, I don't think it will have any problem finding its viewers no matter
Phoebe Dynevor plays the female lead
how silly and ridiculous it looks. The eight episode Regency Era set drama will arrive to Netflix December 25th! Narrated by Julie Andrews, it follows the lives of the eight Bridgerton siblings, a wealthy family living in Regency England. Based largely on Quinn's first novel in the series, The Duke and I, the first season is tracking the story of Daphne Bridgerton (Phoebe Dynevor), as she embarks on a fake courtship with Simon, the Duke of Hastings (Regé Jean Page). Beset by influence from Queen Charlotte (Golda Rosheuvel) and societal pressures, Daphne and Simon turn to each other to try to beat the ton at their own game. But things get complicated when their fauxmance starts to feel all too real.
 
BRIDGERTON is set in the sexy, lavish and competitive world of Regency London high society. From the glittering ballrooms of Mayfair to the aristocratic palaces of Park Lane and beyond, the series unveils a seductive, sumptuous world replete with intricate rules and dramatic power struggles,
Rege Jean Page takes the male lead
where no one is truly ever on steady ground. At the heart of the show is the powerful Bridgerton family. Comprised of eight close knit siblings (each of them has one of the eight novels set between 1813 and 1827 dedicated too them), this funny, witty, daring and clever group must navigate the upper ten thousand’s marriage mart in search of romance, adventure and love.

WHO ELSE IS IN THE CAST?
The rest of the Bridgerton clan includes Ruth Gemmell as matriarch Lady Violet; Jonathan Bailey as eldest child Anthony; Luke Thompson as sensitive Benedict; Luke Newton as charmer Colin; Claudia Jessie as independent Eloise; and Ruby Stokes as shy Francesca. The youngest siblings, Gregory and Hyacinth, are still children when we first meet them and will be played by Will Tilston and Florence Hunt, respectively. Polly Walker is Lady Portia Featherington, perhaps the most
Polly Walker is the most prominent name in the cast
ambitious mama of all, determined to make advantageous matches for each of her daughters – and is forever pushing them on some rather disinterested
Golda Rosheuvel is Queen Charlotte if England
parties. Cunning and ruthless, Lady Featherington hustles to get what she wants, no matter the cost. Sabrina Bartlett, Ben Miller, Bessie Carter, Harriet
The series will air in eight hourlong episodes this December
Cains, Lorraine Ashbourne and Martins Imhangbe also star. We expect that the first trailer for the new eight episode historical saga produced by Shonda
The costume designer is obviously about six year old
Rhimes should arrive sometime soon and I shall paste it here as soon as that happens if you are, of course, still interested in watching it after seeing all the colourful trashiness in these first photos!

20 comments:

  1. Geez Dezzy. Get with the "woke" crowd *eye roll* Yeah, I'll pass on this one.

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    1. I'm giving it a wide berth too, I was even considering whether to even do a post on this crap or not... As if Shonda did not learn anything when her last wokish rewrite of history in STILL STAR CROSSED flopped massively on ABC. That woman is just nasty.

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  2. Everything in Netflix has to be controversial? Even this trash?

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    1. Yes, when they're not parading little girls dressed as hoes for paedophiles, they're blackwashing King Arthur or Regency Era for the woke audiences.

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  3. Hope it flops just like Still Star Crossed.

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    1. Fingers crossed, but it probably won't, just like that horrid OUTLANDER series, this was also has a very strong female fandom who are blinded by their love for these books.

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  4. I even had a crush on the set of clothes the main male lead was wearing as seen in the photo ..., and wanted to take a photo in that outfit 😊

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    1. I'm sure those pants would look great on you!

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  5. Hmm, not for me I guess! But the costumes look really pretty!

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    1. Sure, if one likes wearing draperies and upholstery in public :))

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  6. I'm sure there are some that appreciate you sharing this post. You know, those that don't mind the switching of characteristic and such.

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    1. FOr sure, I did have a number of retweets for it.

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  7. I consider myself pretty tolerant, but this is too much! Have you seen Hamilton yet? It’s a broadway play that Disney aired a few months back. I had to stop and google who everyone was because the cast was as clear as Queen Elizabeth above. :)

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    1. Cannot stand Lin Manuel Miranda, such a terribly terrible actor, truly atrocious and yet he seems to be everywhere ruining every project they put that talentless man in.

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  8. Like Still Star Crossed this one will be cancelled as well. Shonda should understand that people want diversity but not woke history.

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    1. Sadly, I don't think she will ever understand that :( And sometimes it is not even up to an individual, BBC, for example, has to put woke things in their programmes because the government won't give them funds otherwise and thus we have to watch woke crap in period set series even though they always flop.

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GIVE SOME LOVE TO YOUR DEZZY :)