4 Burning Questions We Need Answers To In Season 2 of "Bridgerton"!
[WARNING: Spoilers ahead!]
Netflix’s newest series “Bridgerton,” has become
our latest obsession. The period drama has stolen our hearts and we
will likely be getting a second season from Netflix. The first
season left us hanging with THAT ending (iykyk) but also left many
unanswered questions we hope will get answers to next season. And
sense the first season of the show has already strayed pretty
significantly from the books by Julia Quinnon which it's based, anything is possible!
Here are some pending questions we’d like to see answered!
1. Will Anthony finally get married?
The eldest Bridgerton struggled to find happiness throughout Season 1. The second book of the Bridgerton series the show is based on,The Viscount Who Loved Me, shifts the focus from Daphne to Anthony. The book covers Anthony’s journey to marriage and the events will most likely take center stage in Season 2. After all, the eldest Bridgerton deserves to find happiness considering what he has been through.
2. Will Eloise figure out who the real Lady Whisltedown is?
Throughout Season 1, 5th Bridgerton sibling Eloise put on her detective cap to figure out who the mysterious "Gossip Girl"-esque figure Lady Whistledown is. After quite the hunt, Eloise concluded that Lady Whistledown was the town’s seamstress, Madame Delacroix. But little did Eloise know that she was being fooled, and Lady Whistledown is actually none other than her BFF Penelope Featherington!
3. What inspired Penelope to become Lady Whistledown?
I don’t know about you, but I was shocked when Penelope was revealed to be the real Lady Whistledown at the end of the last episode. The revelation makes us all wonder why Penelope decided to become Lady Whistledown and how she has been able to keep it a secret for so long. Hopefully, Season 2 will explain why Penelope Feathington chose this secret life.
4. Who will inherit the Featherington estate?
Also in the final episode of Season 1, Lord Featherington dies when two bookies figure out his gambling scheme. He leaves behind his 3 single daughters and wife along with their estate. Seeing as it is 1813, neither Penelope nor her sisters or mother will inherit the estate, so who will?
will get a second season of "Bridgerton" soon so these questions
can get answers. Until then, we’ll stick to re-bingeing