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Bridgerton and the Crown face off: Netflix between a rock and a hard place

After years of exploring comedy, action and science fiction, it could be said that Netflix’s new hallmark is the period series or the adaptation of novels written for the small screen. In fact, this is the case with one of the most successful strips on the platform: Bridgerton, which is the brainchild of Julia Quinn who wrote eight books about one of the most prestigious families in old London.

Set in the Regency period, when young women were presented at court and defined their marital status, Bridgerton it was one of the streaming giant’s biggest hits. So much so that the strip that, in the first instance, Phoebe Dynevor and Regé-Jean Page starred as the Dukes of Hastings, was renewed not only for one, but for three more seasons and, the second, has already started filming in London.

However, as well as Bridgerton He has already started his new jobs, after a year plagued by blockades due to the coronavirus, so do different Netflix productions such as, for example, The Crown. Also originally from London, this creation by Peter Morgan is, as is evident, based entirely on the life of Queen Elizabeth II and her family so, following the chronological order of history, many of the seasons of this monarchical strip also they are considered vintage.

That is why, as much as it may not seem, both series have a lot in common beyond being from the Netflix catalog. However, at present, The two blockbusters put the on demand service between a rock and a hard place since it must choose between one and the other to give it the most iconic locations in London, which were shared for some chapters of the different dramas.

The capital of the United Kingdom is one of the few cities that keeps its castles and historic mansions intact so, for series of this style, it is impossible that they do not coincide. So much so that, at present, both The Crown What Bridgerton they must re-share space at Wilton House and Somerley House. But, because of the pandemic, the casts are forced to not coincide to maintain the protocols.

Taking into account that these two series have similar scenarios, it only remained that they ended up treading the ground of the other“, Said a source close to Netflix to the newspaper The Sun and then added: “it’s up to the production companies when they film. But Netflix needs to fix it because the last thing it needs is more delays.”. In other words, the streaming service will have to decide what the priority is if the calendars of one and the other coincide.

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