8 best Bridgerton episodes, ranked (according to IMDb)


Netflix’s 2020 hit is Bridgertona Jane Austen meeting-Gossip Girl Romance from Regency Era, is ready for season 2. Julia Quinn’s romance adaptation follows each of the Bridgerton siblings as they find love and get married during the spring season in high-society London.

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The first season follows Daphne Bridgerton, the eldest Bridgerton sister and the fourth eldest of the eight siblings. The season seemed to get better as it went, reaching a peak just after midway before taking a dip that came ahead of the well-received finale. With season 2 falling on March 25, 2022, fans are excited to see how it compares to season 1’s highly rated results.

Updated March 16, 2022 by Lynn Gibbs: As season 2 of Bridgerton approaches, fans of season 1 will re-watch the first season to be reminded of what’s coming. While season 1 focused on Daphne Bridgerton and her goal of getting married before the end of the London season, season 2 will focus on another Bridgerton hero. Whatever comes, the romance and storytelling of season 1 has engulfed fans and encouraged them to vote for every episode on IMDb.

8 Diamond Of The First Water (Season 1, Episode 1) – 7.2


At the start of a new social season, a mysterious, anonymous presence makes itself known under the name of the scandalous Lady Whistledown. Both herself and the Queen have high praise for Daphne Bridgerton’s beauty, but her older brother Anthony chases away potential suitors.

Marina Thompson arrives at the scene and attracts the attention of many until her pregnancy prevents her from going out in public. Simon Bassett, the Duke of Hastings and Daphne are frustrated by their respective situations – he is being chased by women who want to make a favorable fight while she has no promising suitors – so the two decide to pretend to be in the right to him seems inaccessible and she desirable. The episode builds a bit on clichés, but delivers a promising premise for the rest of the season.

7 Swish (Season 1, Episode 6) – 7.6


Colin and Marina’s engagement is met with approval from Featherington’s, but dissatisfaction from Bridgerton’s. Marina was charming, but her lack of rank or title did not satisfy the family. Meanwhile, Simon’s housekeeper Daphne talks about some of Simon’s childhood and inadvertently makes her aware that he may not be completely honest with her.

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When Daphne discovers the truth behind his deception, she takes matters into her own hands in a rather horrible way. Everyone’s secrets are revealed in this episode, where Lady Whistledown reveals the truth about Marina’s pregnancy and attempts to capture Colin. This episode showed the ugly side of some people’s motivations, creating a thought-provoking conflict that increased efforts for all. But was it the most intense episode? Not according to IMDb.


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6 Shock And Delight (Season 1, Episode 2) – 7.6


This episode features many flashbacks that reveal traumatic events from the questionable parenting choices made by Simon’s cruel father, whose desire to have an heir led to his mother dying in childbirth. This information is provided so that the audience will understand Simon’s motivation for the promise he made to his father to never marry or have children, so the Hastings line would die with him.

Today, one of Daphne’s suitors, the persistent Lord Berbrooke, is blackmailing her into an engagement. Lady Bridgerton manages to save her daughter from this fate by telling everyone in town about the illegitimate child Berbrooke became the father of and abandoned. The episode serves to reveal more about Simon’s childhood, which helps make sense of his actions later. The information about Simon’s truth made this a senior episode.


5 Oceans Apart (Season 1, Episode 7) – 7.7


Daphne returns to London to stand next to her brother in the wake of his scandalous engagement to Marina Thompson. Simon and Daphne’s soulmate connection disappears when he tells her that they can no longer be together as they have betrayed each other’s trust too deeply and do not want the same things.

Daphne takes pity on Marina and strives to find the father of her unborn child and return him to her. Marina tries to terminate her pregnancy after giving up her love that will ever return, while Daphne discovers that she is not pregnant and is crushed.


4 Art Of The Swoon (Season 1, Episode 3) – 7.7


When the queen’s nephew, Prince Friedrich of Prussia, shows interest in Daphne, Lady Danbury begins to chastise Simon for having dragged her along without intending to propose. Simon breaks things off with Daphne, while Marina is tricked into thinking that the father of her child no longer wants her.

A crushed Daphne gives up on Simon and begins to return to the prince’s attention. This episode forces Simon and Daphne into an uncomfortable position in terms of their feelings for each other, making it a very entertaining watch (and high-ranking episode).


3 An Affair Of Honor (Season 1, Episode 4) – 7.9


Daphne and Friedrich’s courtship continues, and they share common values ​​and hopes for the future. He plans to propose to her, but she flees before he can get the words out. Simon pursues her and the two end up kissing until her older brother Anthony catches sight of them and challenges Simon to a duel for Daphne’s honor.

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Daphne realizes that someone saw her and Simon in the garden and could ruin her reputation with that information if she chose to. She demands that Simon marry her to save her reputation, and he tells her that he is unable to have children, which is something she has always wanted. She agrees to marry him anyway because of her feelings for him and fear for her reputation. This episode provides a bit of a climax to will-they-do-not-want before things get hurt in doubt again.


2 After The Rain (Season 1, Episode 8) – 7.9


The news of Marina’s lover arrives, and it turns out she had not heard from him because he died in battle. His brother arrives and offers to marry Marina and raise her child as its father, which she eventually accepts. Anthony decides that he will take his affair with an opera singer despite the social condemnation they will face.

At the last minute, she interrupts things forever, leaving Anthony bitter and crushed. Mr. Featherington gets killed after building up gambling debt. Simon and Daphne decide not to divorce as Daphne tells him that she loves him unconditionally and the two conceive a child. The finale ended on a high note for the central pair, but left other characters in a state of limbo, setting possible plot lines for season two.




1 The Duke And I (Season 1, Episode 5) – 8.0


In an effort to prevent anyone from finding out about their garden makeup, Simon and Daphne try to get a license to get married as soon as possible. Their request is denied due to the Queen’s insult of Daphne’s rejection of her nephew. Simon and Daphne speak to the queen and beg her to let them marry, during which Simon confesses his love.

They get married quickly after that. Meanwhile, Marina plans to get Colin Bridgerton to propose to her so her child gets a father she could tolerate getting married to. Daphne and Simon go on their honeymoon, where they confess their true feelings to each other. This episode shows some of the protagonists’ potential as husbands, while Daphne and Marina try to save their reputation. The suspense on the whole made it a high-profile episode.

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