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‘Bridgerton’ is a Mixed Bag

The great and not so great parts of this Netflix original.

Bridgerton | Netflix

Bridgerton, Shonda Rhimes’ newest show, premiered on Netflix on December 25 and quickly rose to the #1 show on the streaming platform. I’ve been a fan of Rhimes since I first watched Grey’s Anatomy all those years ago. I’ve watched all of her shows, though I haven’t finished all of them (my attention span can’t handle 17 seasons, sorry Meredith Grey).

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