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The First Look At Bridgerton Season 3 Teases Lady Whistledown's Next Pamphlet

Bridgerton Season 3 was teased by Netflix by throwing actors Luke Newton, Nicola Coughlan, and Claudia Jessie against each other in a painting competition.

Colin and Eloise actors Luke Newton and Claudia Jessie share some secrets about their characters in Netflix's first look at Bridgerton Season 3, while Lady Whistledown herself, Nicola Coughlan, teases her upcoming pamphlet. A new Netflix video shows Newton and Jessie painting "in celebration of TUDUM," with Coughlan providing narration as Lady Whistledown.


Both actors exchange questions while painting, discussing what their characters will face in the forthcoming season. Coughlan finally enters with her "own" picture, then continues to disclose the title of Season 3's premiere episode, "Out of the Shadows," written by Jess Brownell and directed by Tricia Brock. She also reads a piece of Lady Whistledown's first pamphlet, providing admirers with a preview of what's to come.

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Season 3 sees fan favorites Colin Bridgerton and Penelope Featherington finally fall in love following the latter's one-sided desire for several years. Newton revealed in the new clip how Colin couldn't see what was in front of him because of how he and Penelope met as toddlers – a narrative the actor didn't reveal but acknowledged he adored when he read their story. Many fans expressed excitement to see the pair take center stage in the new season, despite the fact that in the novels, they must wait until the fourth volume to eventually achieve happiness with one another.


Penelope, the program's plus-sized romantic protagonist, adds another layer of diversity to the already groundbreaking drama. Meanwhile, Eloise must confront the truth of her closest friend's dishonesty, which she is battling as the new season begins. Penelope's falsehoods, according to Jessie, shattered her character the most. She also claims that the embarrassment that comes with it, particularly in light of Eloise's clashes with Queen Charlotte about the identity of Lady Whistledown, contributes significantly to her suffering.

Bridgerton's current season also marks the debut of Brownell as showrunner, succeeding Chris Van Dusen, who held the job for the previous two seasons. Brownell contributed to multiple episodes in Seasons 1 and 2, as well as writing for other Shondaland shows including Scandal, Grey's Anatomy, and Private Practice. "As we continue to expand the world of Bridgerton, we now have the opportunity to devote even more of the Shondaland fold to the Bridgerton-verse," Shondaland CEO Shonda Rhimes said. "We've worked with Jess Brownell for over a decade and have long wanted to find the right project to place in her hands. When it came time to pass the baton, I knew this unique voice was vital to the future of the show."


Source: Netflix

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