Bridgerton Season 2: Book vs. TV Show Differences

If you’re heading into season two of Netflix’s “Bridgerton” expecting a direct adaptation of Julia Quinn’s book “The Viscount Who Loved Me,” you might be in for a bit of a surprise. The focus of the season is still on Anthony Bridgerton’s search for a suitable wife, his insistence on avoiding love, and how his plans are thrown into disarray by the arrival of two sisters, Kate and Edwina.

However, the new season adds some storylines (and even characters) that don’t exist or are just alluded to in the books, just like the first season did. This season, though, included some notable changes to the main plot that will definitely have book readers debating for quite some time! From minor tweaks to deepen backstory to major reshuffling of significant events, there’s lots to go over when it comes to this adaptation.

So what changes can book readers expect to see when watching season two of “Bridgerton” on Netflix? We’ve rounded up all of the biggest differences between “The Viscount Who Loved Me” and the latest Netflix season. What did you think of these changes?


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