Bridgerton is Netflix’s modern period drama television series that revolves around the Bridgerton siblings. Set in the background of Regency-era London, the show is an alternative reality. Queen Charlotte’s mixed-race ancestry was well-established and transformative for Black people and other people of color in England. The show has been greatly appreciated by fans across the globe, making it the most-viewed series at the time of its premiere on December 25, 2020.

Keeping its success in mind, the creators are ready to release its spin-off in the shape of a Queen Charlotte series that will plunge deeper into the character we’ve come to understand and adore in the leading show. According to reports, the show was scheduled to hit the production process in January 2022.

The upcoming series was announced back in May 2021 when Netflix called a limited prequel series from Shonda Rhimes, which will concentrate on the rise and love life of a youthful Queen Charlotte. The plot will be penned by Rhimes, who will also serve as an executive producer alongside Betsy Beers and Tom Verica.

The main focus of the series, i.e., Queen Charlotte aka Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, was Queen of Great Britain and Ireland as the missis of King George III from their wedding on September 8, 1761, until the merger of the two kingdoms on January 1, 1801, after which she became the Queen of the United Kingdom until she passed in 1818. As George’s wife, she was also Electress of Hanover until becoming Queen of Hanover on October 12, 1814, when the electorate became a kingdom.

As a prequel, the show will turn the clock and walk us through how Queen Charlotte became the iconic symbol in the mothership series. While focusing on young Charlotte, the show will also tell the tales of young Violet Bridgerton and Lady Danbury. The title of the series hasn’t been disclosed yet, but according to rumors, the title is expected to be Queen Charlotte. For further updates, stay tuned.

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