- Director: Julie Anne Robinson; Sheree Folkson; Alrick Riley; Tom Verica
- Writer: Chris Van Dusen; Jess Brownell; Abby Mcdonald; Joy C. Mitchell; Julia Quinn
- Producer: Holden Chang; Sarah Dollard
Can someone please explain what all the fuss it about? Bridgerton is beyond dreadful.
Take something/anything that Jane Austen ever wrote...distort it beyond recognition...then, with the final nail...utterly crucify it! This is weird idealism and absolute guff all rolled into one!
The Queen of England is black and homosexuality is a mere piffling indulgence...nothing to ruffle your feathers about. Who is writing, casting and producing this drivel? It's all eye-candy and bad acting...with lots and lots of naked flesh.
Look...anyone could wax lyrical about Bridgerton's failings...to no avail. Because, the truth of the matter is...this really is for horny teens with not too much between the ears. The danger is...they will probably believe that this is what it was really like in the olden times.
We watched the whole thing...simply because, it is so bad, it actually becomes rather funny. It's akin to an adolescent Downton Abbey...with pimples! Downton Acne!!!
Wealth, lust, and betrayal set against the backdrop of Regency-era England, seen through the eyes of the powerful Bridgerton family.