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‘Bridgerton’ author Julia Quinn: Why Penelope and Colin’s Season 3 was the ‘hardest to plot’

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the “Bridgerton” books that the hit Netflix series is based on, said that she’s surprised by the “hugeness” of the show’s success. “I never thought it was going to flop, because I knew what incredible production values were going into it…And I knew that it was something that lots of people wanted and wasn’t out there.

I think it was plugging up a hole in television,” she added, referring to the lack of romances onscreen. “But I did not expect it to be as crazy big as it is,” she told The Post, while promoting her partnership with International Delight (for the brand’s limited edition limited-edition Bridgerton-inspired creamers and iced coffee.

The brand also had a “Coffee & Courting” dating event on February 22 in Manhattan, ahead of Season 3). “It took everyone by surprise, in the best possible way,” said Quinn, referring to how “Bridgerton” regularly tops the streaming rankings.

Both Season 1 and Season 1 are on Netflix’s top 10 most popular shows list, and Season 2 broke a record for most-viewed English Language TV series, with 571.76 million hours viewed in its first week.

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