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Season 2 of “Bridgerton” is the perfect blend of “Gossip Girl” and “Pride and Prejudice”, and I’m here for it

I have waited a long time for this. And it definitely did not disappoint. In fact, it surpassed all of my expectations. I enjoyed season 1 of Bridgerton; I love 19th-century dramas, a good romance and likable characters. I was not the biggest fan of it, but it was a fun way to pass the time.

Season 2, however, was completely unexpected in the best way possible. The character development was unmatched: every single character was provided with enough screen time which allowed the audience to get to know them in detail, understanding their desires, fears and motivations. There were no one-dimensional characters or any “filler” moments: every small aspect of the show is intricate, beautiful and extremely entertaining.

Bridgerton is basically a Jane Austen novel, with swoon-worthy moments and a slow (very slow) burn romance. It is one of the most perfect executions of the enemies-to-lovers trope I have ever seen, and I was rooting for the protagonists the whole time. I am not proud to admit I stayed up until 2AM on a Tuesday just to watch Bridgerton, but every second of the next day’s tiredness was worth it.

If you haven’t watched it yet, what are you doing? You don’t even have to have watched season 1 to enjoy it, the recap that Netflix provides at the beginning of season 2 is more than enough to satisfy your Bridgerton required knowledge.

Please watch it. This is “Gossip Girl” meets “Pride and Prejudice”, and I am totally here for it.

Alessandra is a Peruvian student studying Management a Purdue. She loves travel, dance and amazing food. You can find her doing various sports, eating smoothie bowls , reading books and watching movies and TV shows. She loves going out, swimming and listening to an unhealthy amount of One Direction songs.