Warning: This article contains spoilers for Bridgerton season one. If you haven't watched it already, go binge it immediately and then come back to read this.
The show's eight-part first season focused on the competitive world of London high society's 'marriage season', where debutantes were presented at court and tried really hard to find a husband.
The eldest daughter of the Bridgerton family, Daphne, begins the season promisingly, but her protective older brother Anthony straight up ruins her chances of finding a decent husband by dissuading suitors he doesn't see fit. Which is basically everyone.
Watch: The teaser trailer for Bridgerton season two. Post continues below.
But then Daphne meets brooding Simon Basset, the Duke of Hastings, who has sworn to never marry or have children. They fake a courtship for mutual benefit until suddenly it doesn't feel very... fake.
There's also a juicy gossip column from an 1813, British-version of Gossip Girl, string quartet versions of recent top 40 songs and lots of sex.
It's bloody spectacular, which is great, because season two isn't far off from dropping on Netflix, and we're very excited with this news.
So, with a date lined up for the show to drop in March, what can we expect to see? Bridgerton is based on a book series by author Julia Quinn and there's uh, eight novels. So there's a lot of material to draw on for the TV show.
Here's everything we know so far about Bridgerton season two.
When will Bridgerton season two air?
Bridgerton season two will drop onto Netflix on March 25, 2022.