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We're all unapologetically binging Bridgerton on Netflix ahead of season 3's release date

We watch Bridgerton for the plot. Yeah, that's the ticket, the plot...

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You know that a new season of a show is going to be big when it has everyone running back to see what happened in previous seasons. With Bridgerton season three just around the corner from Netflix, it looks like everyone is priming themselves by revisiting the previous scandals, dramas, and flirting that has made Bridgerton one of the biggest hits in the streamers’ library.

The first part of Bridgerton season three arrived May 16, 2024, but fans have spent the last week relieving every sexy moment among the cast – both seasons one and two have suddenly popped up on Netflix’s top ten chart making them some of the most watched shows on the site. It isn’t unusual for previous seasons to get a spike in viewership when new episodes go up, but for both seasons to jump back into the top ten at the same time? Fans are doing some serious binging.

And we get it – the whole cast of Bridgerton is sexy as heck and we’ve loved seeing them do increasingly sexy things for two seasons. There is absolutely no shade to anyone who has been getting themselves ready for season three with a rewatch of everything that came before. With Colin and Penelope finally getting the spotlight after two seasons of leaving us all in will-they-won’t-they limbo, we’re pretty dang excited to see those two finally work things out.

The first half of Bridgerton season three is right there on Netflix right now. If you still need more time to complete your rewatch before you dive into the third season, you have until the second half of the season drops on June 16, 2024.

Whether its the bane of your existence or the object of all your desires (or both), Bridgerton is back. Read all our spoiler-y thoughts on Bridgerton season 3 here, and then delight at a guide to how to watch all of Bridgerton (and the spinoff), an our exclusive interview with the show's costume designer John Glaser, as well as some recommended reads for all Bridgerton fans.