What time does 'Bridgerton' come out?

Season two arrives on March 25, but exactly what time does 'Bridgerton' come out for your viewing pleasure?

Adjoa Andoh as Lady Danbury, Simone Ashley as Kate Sharma in episode 201 of Bridgerton
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The time has finally come: Bridgerton season 2 is here! New episodes of the streaming smash drop on Friday, March 25, gifting us an entire weekend of Regency-era scandal, steaminess and surprises. 

But if you're like us and have a busy workday ahead of you, you're going to want to plan exactly when you can view the new episodes and figure out what time does Bridgerton come out where you live. We're here to help!

Whereas season one centered on Daphne Bridgerton (Phoebe Dynevor) and her tumultuous relationship with the Duke of Hastings (Regé-Jean Page, we miss you already!), the sophomore season shifts focus to her brother Anthony (played by Jonathan Bailey) and his love triangle between sisters Kate Sharma (Simone Ashley) and Edwina Sharma (Charithra Chandran). We can already tell that major drama awaits.



What time does 'Bridgerton' come out?

The official premiere time of Bridgerton season 2 obviously depends on where you are in the world. Folks over on the West Coast got the new batch of episodes starting at midnight Pacific Standard Time on Friday, March 25, which is 3am EST and 7am GMT. 

Hawaii technically got the new eps first, at 9pm on Thursday March 24, and Sydney will receive them last, at 5pm on March 25. But wherever you are, you're going to want to watch them as soon as possible—you know people will be gabbing away about them on social media and you don't want to be spoiled!

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What channel is 'Bridgerton' on?

Bridgerton, created by Chris Van Dusen and produced by Shonda Rhimes, is a Netflix original series. Not only that but it was the most-watched series on Netflix at the time of its premiere, and remains the second most-watched series by total watch time on the platform. That means that—surprise!—you need to have a Netflix subscription to watch it. 

There are three Netflix subscription plans currently available: Basic for $9.99 (available for one screen), Standard for $15.49 (available for two screens plus HD viewing) and Premium for $19.99 (available for up to four screens plus HD and Ultra HD viewing).

How many episodes are there in 'Bridgerton' season 2?

Like season one, the second season of Bridgerton will consist of eight episodes, with each hovering around the hour mark. That should give them plenty of time for period-piece shenanigans, don't you agree? 

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