Based on the Bridgerton series of novels by Julia Quinn, season 1 of the show mostly concentrated on Daphne (Phoebe Dynevor) and her love with Simon Basset (Regé-Jean Page).
The mystery behind who Woman Whistledown is continues in Bridgerton’s books, leaving readers looking for clues, questioning who may be behind the scandalous short articles.
On the Netflix series, nevertheless, season 1 ends with Lady Whistledown’s identity exposed to the general public, eliminating the huge secret and shocking fans.
There are a few possible reasons why this took place so early, but they all allow the Bridgerton program to evolve.
There are multiple layers of Penelope being Lady Whistledown that can be investigated in season 2, which would not have been possible for numerous seasons if Netflix stuck to the books.
Rather of Bridgerton fans questioning who the writer is, they can now talk about why Penelope (Nicola Coughlan) is Woman Whistledown, how she became her, and what takes place when she is discovered.
So rather of one question around Lady Whistledown, there are now a number of. Just the public knows who she actually is; everyone in the universe is still oblivious to the truth of what Penelope’s other identity is.
At the very same time that the identity of Lady Whistledown was revealed, Bridgerton established a new revelation for fans: who is the successor to Featherington?, a story that was not checked out in the books and is perhaps positioned as the main story.