Here’s a look at what we know so far about the Young Charlotte series, which is set to premiere in January 2022.
The new Bridgerton spin-off will be a limited series (meaning it will only run for one season) to the original Bridgerton series, which has been a Netflix blockbuster hit. The series is still the most-watched Netflix Original programme (according to the disclosed data) as of September 2021. This new spin-mothership off’s programme has been renewed for a fourth season.
Who is Queen Charlotte’s backer?
The show’s primary writer will be Shonda Rhimes. Shonda Rhimes was only an executive producer on the main series, so this is the first time she has been personally engaged in the writing.
The new spin-off is produced by Betsy Beers and Tom Verica. They’ve already collaborated with Rhimes on a number of projects, including Bridgerton and non-Netflix shows like Grey’s Anatomy and How to Get Away with Murder.
What can fans anticipate from the Queen Charlotte spin-off?
The limited series spin-costume off’s designer will be Lyn Paolo. Her work has already won two Primetime Emmys, and she has been in shows including Scandal, The West Wing, Little Fires Everywhere, and, most recently, Netflix’s Inventing Anna series (also produced by Shonda Rhimes).
Because the Bridgerton book series is based on true events, we can get a sense of what to expect. In actual life, Queen Charlotte was a character “who was wilder than fiction,” as NuttyHistory expertly summarised in the video below.
Charlotte married 6 hours after meeting the monarch during her time as a Princess in Germany.
Could we witness this finding in the prequel, since Charlotte was one of the first to realise the young Mozart’s talent?
Given that it’s been a heated issue from the show’s premiere, her ancestors’ history. There are various legends that speculate on whether Queen Charlotte was the first black queen in the United Kingdom.