While Quinn’s books are “tightly focused,” she states, on her lead characters, the program has actually currently provided us tips of things to come method down the line—like, for example, the sluggish burn of Penelope and Colin, whose story gets informed in book 4. Quinn states she never ever would have thought about it.
“From an author’s viewpoint, it was interesting and fantastic because, as I’m reading [the scripts], it was exceptionally lovely since it was so clear to me that the authors had all check out all the books and they were believing so holistically about the entire thing,” she states. “They were bringing in things and hinting at things and potentially setting things up in a way that was so incredibly respectful of and honored the source material, but at the same time, you know, the changes that they made… it was so clear to me that that was the best thing to do for a television series.”
There’s one book for each Bridgerton brother or sister, and while 8 seasons of Bridgerton may be a stretch, that does not imply we need to lose out on any of the love.