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Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story is the latest offering from Shonda Rhimes, the prequel to her hit series based on Julia Quinn’s novels. The miniseries follows Charlotte (India Amarteifio), who’s about to be married to George (Corey Mylchreest) but has yet to learn much about him. Charlotte wishes to escape the arranged marriage but meets George when she climbs a wall, and he comes to her aid. “I don’t mind her looks, I mind the uncertainty,” she tells him. The meeting sets the tone for a romantic comedy that evolves into a story about Charlotte’s rise to power as a monarch who inspires respect and fear.

Charlotte’s journey begins with her climbing the wall to take control of her destiny, a symbol and omen of the strength and courage she will need to navigate the challenges she faces as a queen. Charlotte’s wisdom stems from her belief that when she perceives an anomaly or injustice, she must proceed after listening to herself. The miniseries is a coming-of-age story that goes hand in hand with the growth of Charlotte’s love story with George.

Rhimes and Verica collaborated as a tandem for chapters that do not stretch more than they should. The series benefits from their homogeneous work, and Charlotte’s character is more fleshed out through the time jumps between her adolescence and adulthood. The performances of Amarteifio and Mylchreest are exceptional, particularly in their sharp exchanges and emotional scenes. Their chemistry is the result of a thorough rehearsal period, which helped the actors understand each other’s work better.

The miniseries focuses more on Charlotte’s and George’s personal lives rather than their royal duties, making it a wise choice that adds to the intimate atmosphere of the narrative. Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story showcases an unbreakable union that Rhimes writes about, avoiding some soap opera vices, with the exception of its organic but anachronistic soundtrack. The miniseries is a must-watch for fans of the Bridgerton world because it reveals how the character played by Golda Rosheuvel positioned herself as a monarch who generated respect and fear.

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