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‘Bridgerton’ Season 3: Netflix Release Update [September 2022]

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Bridgerton season 3 won’t be coming to Netflix this September. Since the announcement that the series would be renewed, fans around the globe have been “burning” for the next instalment in the drama.

Following news, the third season will deviate from the order of the books to follow the characters of Colin Bridgerton and Penelope Featherington. Fans of the show have been eager to find out when the Shonda Rhimes-hit will return. Well, we’ve done the maths and will give you the expected release date.

Bridgerton season 3 release date on Netflix

It was confirmed in July that Bridgerton season 3 had begun production, with their official Instagram account sharing a video of the cast members holding up three fingers to mark Bridgerton season 3 as they appeared on set.

According to IMDb pro, Bridgerton began filming on June 22, 2022, and wrapped on August 8, 2022. However, it’s worth mentioning that Netflix does not confirm this information, so filming could still be underway.

Nevertheless, if IMDb’s record is to be believed, Bridgerton season 3 could be released sometime in early 2023. Post-production typically lasts around six to eight months, making the release date the earliest in February 2023. But remember, it is just our production; it is not an official date.

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