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The fabulous regency drama opens all day for Christmas: what could be more festive? Bridgerton is supposed to fit in with a lot of bills with a diverse cast, a mystery at its core (who’s the anonymous Lady Whistledown, whose gossip column about celestial figures is a source of serious embarrassment). Continuing?) And scores featuring modern music played by the orchestra (plus two of Max Richter’s newly presented Four Seasons), but even with clear sights. But what appears to have happened in all eight episodes is a genre of boastful dressers trying to deal with the boasted. Julia Quinn’s series of novels from 2000 on Bridgerton and Featherington … (more)

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