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Waiting For Bridgerton Season 3? Here are 8 Shows You Must Watch

The Viscount Has His Hands Full & So Do We.

Everyone has been anticipating the return of Bridgerton. And we have a surprise for them. We understand that waiting for a season of your favorite show can be challenging, but what if you can watch similar shows instead?

Bridgerton Season 3 will be released in the near future, but in the meantime, let’s look at shows that are comparable to Bridgerton. But before starting, we need the remarkable premise of the show.

Bridgerton is a Regency-era historical romance drama in which the 8 close-knit siblings of the honorable and powerful Bridgerton family – Anthony, Benedict, Colin, Daphne, Eloise, Francesca, Gregory, and Hyacinth – explore London high society in seek of love, surrounded by friends and rivals alike.

8 Remarkable Shows Like Bridgerton That’s Worth Watching

After watching every episode of Bridgerton we’re yearning for more. And here’s a great list of 8 shows that are similar to Bridgerton. They have a different storyline, but it’s well worth watching. This will make the wait more bearable.

1. Reign

If we’re talking about historical dramas, Reign is without a doubt one of them. At the age of fifteen, Mary, Queen of Scots, shows up in France and marries Prince Francis. She strikes up a friendship with her handmaidens, and they eventually become best friends.

The series has received mixed reviews from television critics, with some praising the acting and costume design. There is a love triangle with much rivalry.

A person close to you might betray you, while a stranger may be of assistance. Reign is the perfect combination of amazing characters and plotting. In my opinion, definitely worth watching.

2. The Crown

What better historical show than one centered on Queen Elizabeth II? The Crown is exactly what you’ve been looking for in that case. This drama follows Queen Elizabeth II from the 1940s to the modern-day.

The show opens with an inside glance at the queen’s early time in power when she ascended to the throne at the age of 25 following the death of her father, King George VI.

Personal captivates, romances, and political conflicts that molded the latter years of the twentieth century are disclosed as the decade’s flow. To account for the aging process in the time periods depicted, different actors fill the roles every two seasons. The show is undeniably popular.

It has received many honors, including sixty-three Primetime Emmy Award nominations for its first four seasons, twenty-one wins, including Outstanding Drama Series for its fourth season, and seven awards for the cast. Is that enough to convince you to watch it?

3. The Great

If you want an immaculate cast like Bridgerton and a unique story, ‘The Great’ is the way to go. The Great is a historical and satirical black comedy-drama about Catherine the Great’s emergence from outsider to Russia’s longest-reigning female ruler.

The series is fictionalized and depicts Catherine in her young and marriage to Emperor Peter III, with a concentrate on the plot to assassinate her depraved and dangerous husband.

“The Great” has been described as “anti-historical” by Hulu, and the title sequences proclaim it to be an “occasionally true story.”

It’s a pretty good watch thanks to the incredible performances of Elle Fanning and Nicholas Hoult, as well as a wicked sense of humor.

4. Pride And Prejudice

Yes, a ‘Pride & Prejudice’ miniseries appears to exist. If you’ve read the book, which is one of the most famous books ever written, you’ll know what the episodes will be about.

Elizabeth Bennett is a strong-willed but wise young lady. At a local ball, she meets an arrogant wealthy young man, Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy, and they form an unexpected relationship.

This literary classic is better adapted for the screen in the series. The 1995 miniseries is widely regarded as the most satisfactory Pride and Prejudice adaptation, partly because it is divided into six parts, which enables for more of Austen’s delightful nuances than the charming adaptation.

5. Outlander

Outlander has quite a story. It will undoubtedly give you a historical vibe with an amazing narrative touch. What happens if you are teleported back in time? Isn’t it thrilling? That is the premise of Outlander.

Caitrona Balfe plays Claire Randall, a married former Second World War military nurse in Scotland who is transported back in time to 1743 in 1945. There, she meets, falls in love with, and marries a swashbuckling Highland warrior named Jamie Fraser (Sam Heughan).

A Tacksman of Gabaldon’s fictionalized Clan Fraser of Lovat becomes involved in the Jacobite rising. Her life changes and she is unsure who to trust, but Jamie and Claire’s pairing is one of the best. A partner who is there for you through thick and thin? Perfect reason to watch.

6. Versailles

It’s 1667, and King Louis XIV, then 28, has finally taken the exclusive authority of France. When he commissions Versailles, Europe’s most beautiful palace, the nobles seek admission into the luxurious residence, unaware that it is intended to imprison and control them.

Among the ruler’s prime targets is his younger brother, Monsieur. There is also romance in King Louis’ life, as his queen, Marie Theresa, attempts to tone down his wandering eyes and reclaim his heart from his mistress, the English king’s sister.

Love, power, betrayal, and war are all common occurrences in Versailles. Too much drama? We love it.

7. Downtown Abby

While binge-watching, this show will make you forget about time. Another one-of-a-kind show on our list is Downtown Abby. After his heirs perish on the Titanic, Robert Crawley faces losing the family estate.

Soon after, the Crawleys meet Matthew, the next heir in line who despises the aristocratic style of living. The level of aristocracy and charm displayed by the characters is outstanding.

Each character stands out and makes their milestone in their own way. The series illustration is so wonderful and detailed in terms of outfits and jewels, and detailed mannerisms of gentlemen and aristocratic women that it defies the imagination but does not go unremarked.

8. Sanditon

Last but certainly not least, Sanditon. Charlotte Heywood relocates to Sanditon, a fishing village reimagining itself as a seaside resort. She soon finds herself navigating the village’s secrets and ambitions. That’s quite an interesting narrative.

What are your thoughts on these dramas mentioned above? Are you planning to watch it? More suggestions are welcome in the comments section below. We’d love to know what your favorite shows are.

Ayman Bhorania
A Gamer And A Writer By Heart. Ayman Is Captivated By Movies & Shows, And She's Writing It Here. She Cherish Encouraging Everyone To Accomplish Their Goals. If She's Not Writing, You Will Find Her Watching Shows, Or Probably Playing Games!
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