Bridgerton Teases Carriage Action in Season 3

Are we in for some steamy carriage scenes in Bridgerton Season 3?

Polin fans better buckle up because it looks like we are in for a ride!

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Bridgerton Season 3 Is Officially in Production!

Netflix officially announced that Bridgerton Season 3 is in production. They released a video on their official Twitter account showing different cast members holding up three fingers.

The final shot is of Luke Newton (Colin Bridgerton) standing in front of a horse and carriage, holding up three fingers.

He then opens the carriage door to reveal Nicola Coughlin (Penelope Feathrington) sitting inside, who announces that Bridgerton Season 3 is officially in production.

Of course, fans know that filming started when viewers saw the cast and crew outside Osterley House.

Bridgerton Season 3

Bridgerton Season 3 will premiere at the following times:

Episode 1 – 4 on May 16th, 2024 at 3:00 AM EDT

Episode 5 – 8 on June 13th, 2024 at 3:00 AM EDT

The Significance of The Carriage

*Book Spoilers*

Fans of the book are especially drawn to the significance of the carriage. In the book that follows Colin and Penelope’s love story, Colin and Penelope have their first romantic encounter in a carriage. The steamy scene is a pivotal moment in the plot, and many fans hope that it will be recreated on screen.

The fact that the announcement takes place in a carriage leaves many Polin fans excited!


Season 3 Is Polin Season

Season 3 will focus on Colin and Penelope’s love story in a massive departure from the books. The characters, played by Colin Newton and Nicola Coughlin, respectively, are featured in the series’s 4th book, Romancing Mr. Bridgerton.

However, in the book series, their story takes place after a significant time jump, so the focus on Colin and Penelope means the story will be very different from the book.

There Is A New Boss In Town

Showrunner Chris Van Dusen stepped down from the series after season 2 to pursue other projects with Shonda Rhimes. The new showrunner, Jess Brownell, is taking over through season 4.

A new showrunner automatically means that the show’s tone will be different, and there will be many stylistic differences—hopefully, all good! Already, Bridgerton is breaking from tradition by announcing production. Season 2 did not have such an announcement.


Stay tuned, dear readers, as we hopefully will bring you even more details from Bridgerton Season 3 and the lovely Polin!

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