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Bridgerton Season Three: Release date, time and full cast as Netflix Regency drama returns

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Bridgerton's hotly-anticipated third series is almost here - and fans can gear up for a whole new season of Polin. That's right, tensions are set to soar as Nicola Coughlan and Luke Newton return as Penelope Featherington and Colin Bridgerton once more.

It's been more than two years since the pair graced our screens in Bridgerton's second season. Season two of the Regency-era drama series became the most-watched debut in Netflix's history in 2022, with the streaming giant saying it was watched for a record 627.11 million hours in its first 28 days.

This beat season one, which had 625.49 million hours during the same span. READ MORE: Netflix fans slam 'weird' new rom-com following 'step-sibling' realisation Naturally, season three picks up where season two left off.

The hit Shondaland series is this time being overseen by new showrunner Jess Brownell. Penelope has finally given up on her long-held crush on Colin after his less-than-kind words about her in season two.

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