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Tv Series you need to see if you loved ‘Bridgerton’

Impeccable costumes, rich families from high society and beautiful landscapes. Fights, betrayals and teas at five in the afternoon!

If you don’t know what Bridgerton means, then you have a lot to catch up! ‘Bridgerton’ introduces us to the sensual, luxurious and competitive world of high society in London in the 19th century. At the time, the Bridgeton family, composed of 8 brothers/sisters, strives to deal with the wedding market, sumptuous balls and matchmaking mothers.

While we wait for the second season, that’s already confirmed for our happiness (I’m so ready for Anthony&Kate), take a look at these series, and while you do that, maybe you’ll stop thinking about the Duke of Hastings and maybe, who knows, you’ll find another tv love.

Outlander


Based on books, Outlander tells the story of Claire Randall, a combat nurse in 1945, that is mysteriously transported through time to 1743. After her life being at risk, she is forced to marry Jamie Fraser, a noble Scottish warrior.

Sanditon


Charlotte Heywood, a spirited and impulsive woman moves from her rural home to Sanditon, a fishing village attempting to reinvent itself as a seaside resort. Inspired in one of the last works of Jane Austen.

Downtown Abbey


Set in the early 20th century, Downtown Abbey tells the story of the aristocrat Crawley family and their domestic servants and their employees. It mentions greats events of the time, like the titanic, the second world war and others. There’s also a lot of scandal, romance and intrigue.

Dickinson


Emily Dickinson is a young writer who feels out of place. Full of ideas that are too progressive for the 19th century, the oetisa will have to use her imagination to deal with the obstacles that are placed on her.

Reign


This series tells the story of Mary Queen of Scot’s rise to power. When she reaches the age of 15 years old, she is sent to France to wed the future king. Full of intrigues, betrayals and lots of romance.

The Great


The Great tells the story of the troubled marriage of Empress Catherine of Russia to Czar Peter III. Both Maintained extramarital affairs and cultivated an explosive relationship. While that happens, Catherine plans Peter’s fall.

The Crown


The Crown tells the story of Elizabeth II, who after her father’s death in 1952, took her first steps towards the English throne. She takes the crown at the age of 25 but with great commitments comes great responsibilities.

Gossip Girl


Gossip Girl tells the story of a group of privileged young people through the eyes of a blogger who knows everything that happens in their lives, and who is eager to discover and expose all scandals.

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