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Bridgerton: The Official Podcast

Bridgerton: The Official Podcast

?Bridgerton: The Official Podcast? is your official peek behind the curtain of Shondaland's Bridgerton series. Much like Lady Whistledown we'll gossip about how the show was created and have conversations around Bridgerton?s storyline, music, the costumes and sets, the historical context of the era and so much more!  


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Bonus: Loutish Lingo and a Group Goodbye

To wrap out season 1 of Bridgerton: The Official Podcast, host Gabrielle Collins is joined by co-hosts Jess Brownell, Dr. Hannah Greig and Annabelle Hood for a quick round up of their behind-the-scenes discoveries and favorite Regency insults. Learn more about your ad-choices at
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Bonus: Bridgerton Fan Questions Asked and Answered

What ever happened to the necklace Daphne left on the stone wall? And a last minute change to the series revealed. Following last week?s episode, Executive Producers Shonda Rhimes and Betsy Beers are back again to answer fan questions.  Learn more about your ad-choices at
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Shonda Rhimes and Betsy Beers on What Makes Partnerships Last

The Shondaland powerhouses reflect on their experience making Bridgerton and how the beloved on-screen friendships mirror their own. Shonda and Betsy explain why their shows are anything but predictable ?omg? moments, why the word ?likeable? is a dagger into their hearts, and what truly makes a strong producer. Learn more about your ad-choices at
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Bonus: Succession, Scandal and Other History Fan Questions

What rights does Lady Featherington have to her estate after the death of her husband? Would Nigel?s illegitimate child have really prevented him from being marriage material? In this bonus episode, Bridgerton?s historian Dr. Hannah Greig answers some of these questions and more submitted by fans. Learn more about your ad-choices at
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Bonus: The Majesty of 'Bridgerton?s' Pilot Episode

In this bonus episode, Director Julie Anne Robinson and Choreographer Jack Murphy piece together the magic of the pilot episode, including how the cast and crew channeled their own personal experiences to bring it all to the screen.  Learn more about your ad-choices at
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How The Queen Got Her Crown: Casting in 'Bridgerton'

Kelly Valentine Hendry?s expertise as a casting director was the perfect fit for Shondaland?s vision. Whether it?s in finding chemistry between the ensemble or casting the Queen herself, bringing the scripts to life on stage is no easy feat. Kelly shares her process through casting calls all the way to the final scene. Learn more about your ad-choices at
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The Queen and I: Golda Rosheuvel and Adjoa Andoh

Actresses Golda Rosheuvel (Queen Charlotte) and Adjoa Andoh (Lady Danbury) discuss their backstories and share favorite moments from filming Bridgerton. Learn more about your ad-choices at
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#PenEloise: Nicola Coughlan and Claudia Jessie

#PenEloise is the enviable friendship from the Bridgerton book series that blossoms with the Shondaland treatment. Actresses Claudia Jessie (Eloise Bridgerton) and Nicola Coughlan (Penelope Featherington) discuss the similarities between their on-screen friendship and their real-life friendship while sharing memorable behind-the-scenes moments. Learn more about your ad-choices at
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How Shondaland Got Into Fantasy Romance Novels

 Hear how Shondaland adapted Quinn?s tales of the mildly mannered into a world of audacious plots for television.  Author Julia Quinn shares her thoughts on the ways her series of Romance novels complement some of Shondaland?s storytelling values. Executive producers Shonda Rhimes, Betsy Beers and Chris Van Dusen share how the audacious plots of the Bridgertons ended up on their radars. And historian Dr. Hannah Greig, who?s worked on several period drama projects for film and TV, talks about mining Romance literature for historical accuracy. Learn more about your ad-choices at
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The Power of the Pen: Lady Whistledown and Scandal

Guest-host Annabelle Hood and actress Nicola Coughlan (Penelope Featherington) highlight the episode easter eggs you may have missed, while historian Dr. Hannah Greig's fascination with Regency gossip gives us a unique look into the scandal sheets of old. Plus, executive producer Shonda Rhimes and novel series author Julia Quinn share the fanfare around Julie Andrews. Learn more about your ad-choices at
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'Rain Soaks a Field in Autumn': Storytelling and Sex in ?Bridgerton?

In this episode we learn how the revolutionary role of intimacy coordinators enhance the way directors and actors tap into the most delicate parts of performance. Guest-host Jess Brownell and executive producer Shonda Rhimes break down some of Shondaland's perspectives on storytelling through sex and Bridgerton intimacy coordinator Lizzy Talbot reveals how she puts it to practice. Plus, directors Tom Verica and Julie Anne Robinson share which love scenes were the most challenging to choreograph. Learn more about your ad-choices at
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Looking the Part: Bridgerton's Storytelling Through Costume and Design

The costume design, hair and makeup teams of Bridgerton offered viewers a kaleidoscope of characters and backstories by dressing every single member of the show?s brilliant ensemble. We hear how some of our favorite characters collaborated with costume designers Ellen Mirojnick and John Glaser. Learn more about your ad-choices at
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Pop Strings and Reverence: The Music and Movement of Bridgerton

Music absolutely shapes how we process the ache and splendor of our favorite characters on screen. In this episode, Shonda Rhimes -- the empress of knocking us off the couch with music and a word (? my person,? anybody??) -- talks about the transformative power of a good score.  Composer Kris Bowers and choreographer Jack Murphy discuss their creative process and director Julie Anne Robinson and Tom Verica share which ball scenes were their favorites to shoot. Learn more about your ad-choices at
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The Reason for the Season: The Marriage Mart of ?Bridgerton?

The marriage market in the world of Bridgerton is a strategic dance of advancing family fortune and political clout. The accompanying debutante presentations before the real-life monarchy were phased out decades ago by Queen Elizabeth II. But Executive Producer Betsy Beers shares why it?s the kind of snow globe of rules and social codes Shondaland likes to shake up.  On this episode the hosts explore the rites of exclusive Regency spouse-shopping. Author Julia Quinn also makes her first appearance on the podcast to ponder the stories of men and women who weren?t invited to the matchmaking balls. Executive Producers: Lauren Hohman, Sandie Bailey, Holly Frey, Gabrielle Collins  Producer: Chris Van Dusen  Editor: Chandler Mays Host/Guest-hosts: Gabrielle Collins, Dr. Hannah Greig, Jess Brownell Learn more about your ad-choices at
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Locating ?Bridgerton?

The physical setting for Bridgerton is the plinth of its exclusive society. We get swept in by the backdrop of this world maintained by matchmaking and inheritance. We're taking our first steps behind-the-scenes to relish the filming locations for Bridgerton. Showrunner Chris Van Dusen wanted to create, "the most gorgeous, rich aspirational English garden anybody's ever seen.? Production designer Will Hughes-Jones explains how his team did it. And Golda Rosheuvel (Queen Charlotte) and Adjoa Andoh (Lady Danbury) discuss their personal connections to historic sites. Executive Producers: Lauren Hohman, Chris Van Dusen, Holly Frey, Sandie Bailey, Gabrielle Collins Producer/Editor: Chandler Mays Hosts/Guest-hosts: Gabrielle Collins, Dr. Hannah Greig, Annabelle Hood Learn more about your ad-choices at
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Getting Acquainted: Meet the Hosts

You?ve probably heard of Shondaland's Netflix series Bridgerton, right? Grab a seat. Or grab some headphones and promenade in the gardens. We?re going behind-the-scenes. Host Gabrielle Collins and guest hosts Jess Brownell, Dr. Hannah Greig and Annabelle Hood are taking you inside the world of Bridgerton, the effervescent fantasy of fashion, formalities and passion all set to a soundtrack like no other. But the fantasy isn?t all glitter and chandeliers. Plenty of elbow grease went into all that glam. And since we'll hear from so many exciting guests in the coming weeks, the hosts got together to map out what you can look forward to on the show. We?re getting into it. But first, in this mini episode, meet your guides. Gabrielle Collins is a podcast producer and Shondaland aficionada. Jess Brownell is a longtime Shondaland writer whose credits include Scandal & Bridgerton, of course. She will take us inside the Bridgerton writer?s room. Dr. Hannah Greig is an historian with expertise in the 18th and 19th century. Needless to say, her etiquette game is on-point and she will help reveal Regency era clues woven into Bridgerton. Annabelle Hood will give you a front-row seat on Bridgerton?s sets and locations. She thinks of herself as the true Whistledown of the show. Fall in love with Bridgerton all over again, with new episodes every Thursday featuring interviews with Chris Van Dusen and the cast of creatives who brought the series to life! Learn more about your ad-choices at
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Introducing: Bridgerton: The Official Podcast

Shondaland Audio and iHeartRadio present a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the production of the Bridgerton Netflix series.  Learn more about your ad-choices at
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