When is ‘Bridgerton’ season four coming out?
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When is 'Bridgerton' season four coming out?

The second half of season three of Bridgerton is now streaming on Netflix. As expected, fans have flocked to the period drama, and as some of them get through the newest episodes in less than a day, many are left asking when they can expect season four to come out. 

Chris Van Dusen created Bridgerton, a period drama set in the early 1800s that follows the fictional Bridgerton family as they navigate life in London’s high society. 

Following two successful seasons and a spin-off series, the show recently returned for season three. To add some anticipation, the series was released in two halves. The first half came out in May, and the second has just dropped on the streaming giant (as of June 13th). 

Though the show’s dynamic changed in season three, numerous characters reprised their roles, including Adjoa Andoh, Jonathan Bailey, Nicola Coughlan, Luke Newton, Claudia Jessie, Luke Thompson, and Simone Ashley. Ruby Stokes left the show after season two, so Hannah Dodd has taken over the role of Francesca Bridgerton.

Though the series is a period drama, they separate themselves from other shows of the same vein by including orchestral covers of modern pop songs. One of the most recent tracks to feature in the series is Pitbull’s ‘Give Me Everything’, which played during a heated love scene in the show between Penelope Featherington (Coughlan) and Colin Bridgerton (Newton). 

As is common when a series is popular, fans everywhere are left asking when they can expect to see the next season. We know that Netflix has big plans for Bridgerton as a whole, as they announced in April 2021, “Bridgerton swept us off our feet,” stating they have exciting plans moving forward and they are “Planning to be in the Bridgerton business for a long time to come.” 

Though there is no confirmed release date for season four, it began shooting in April 2024 and is expected to land sometime in 2025. Details surrounding season four are minimal, but Nicola Coughlan and Luke Newton have both been confirmed to reprise their roles. 

Watch the trailer for the newest series of Bridgerton below.