Bridgerton Season 2 for having ‘delicious’ sultry and sexual scenes reaching ‘peak of thirst’ reveals creator

Bridgerton Season 2 for having sultry and sexual scenes reaching the ‘peak of thirst’ (Photo Credit – Chris Van Dusen / Instagram)

It was last month (December 2020) when Bridgerton creator Chris Van Dusen described a scene from the show with the term ‘rush thirst’. As Season 2 arrives, he explains how this season will also have sensuality and se * uality at its peak.

He also reacted to rumors of the star of the show Regé-Jean Page, alongside stars like Tom Hardy and Cillian Murphy. Dusen also talks about the rest of the series and how they continue the story.

In his conversation with Vanity Fair, he said: “I want to see both him (Regé-Jean Page) and Daphné. They’re the Duke and Duchess of Hastings, but they’ll always be Bridgertons in my mind. This means that they will always be a part of the show in one form or another.

To the James Bond rumors, the creator of Bridgerton said, “I think the show has just taken hold of people and taken over the world in the most fascinating way. It’s kind of a phenomenon, which seems a bit surreal and a bit overwhelming.

Asked if “peak thirst” is the mantra for season two? He replied: “Absolutely! We are inspired by truly delicious romance novels and sensuality [and] sexuality has always been something we were excited to be able to lean into on the show.

He also spoke about Bailey’s character, Anthony; he said: “I think [Jonathan Bailey] did an amazing job of making you feel for him and making you understand Anthony Bridgerton’s duty to his family. But at the same time, he is torn by his quest for pleasure. Jonathan really captures all of those layers. It is so complex and so fascinating.

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