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  1. Sarah Dollard (born 21 January 1980) is an Australian television screenwriter, living and working in the United Kingdom. She made her start in writing for television on the long-running Australian soap opera Neighbours, before moving to the UK in 2008.

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    • 2004–present
  2. Sarah Dollard (born 21 January 19801) wrote the Doctor Who episodes Face the Raven and Thin Ice. In 2015, during the week Face the Raven aired, Dollard published a short essay on screenwriting - prompted by the question "My dream is to be a screenwriter (especially for Doctor Who). Do you have any advice?" - online.2 Sarah Dollard at the Internet Movie Database Official Twitter account

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  3. Sarah Dollard was born in Australia on 21st January 1980 and grew up in the Melbourne suburb of McKinnon. As a child, she followed daily reruns of Doctor Who on ABC, and this interest in television continued into her teens. She had soon amassed a collection of off-air videotapes of her favourite shows, which she would watch and rewatch religiously.

  4. Sarah Dollard From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Sarah Dollard (born 21 January 1980) is an Australian television screenwriter, living and working in the United Kingdom. She made her start in writing for television on the long-running Australian soap opera Neighbours, before moving to the UK in 2008.

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    Sarah Dollard, Writer: Doctor Who. Sarah Dollard is a writer and producer, known for Doctor Who (2005), Bridgerton (2020) and Being Human (2008).

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  6. › wiki › Bridgerton_(TV_series)Bridgerton - Wikipedia

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    The drama takes place in Regency era London in 1813, centering on the aristocratic Bridgerton family. The widow Violet, Dowager Viscountess Bridgerton is mother to eight children: her four sons, Anthony, Benedict, Colin, and Gregory, and her four daughters, Daphne, Eloise, Francesca, and Hyacinth. Also featured are their gaudy neighbors, the Featheringtons: Portia, Lady Featherington; her husband the Baron; and their three daughters, Philippa, Prudence and Penelope; as well as their mysterious cousin Marina Thompson. Each episode includes narration by actress Julie Andrews, who voices the anonymous and ever-scandalous newsletter columnist known as Lady Whistledown. Lady Whistledown knows all the information in London, and everyone focuses on Lady Whistledown's article, even Queen Charlotte. As eldest daughter Daphne Bridgerton enters her first season with Queen Charlotte's favor, she meets Simon Bassett, Dukeof Hastings and best friend of her eldest brother, Anthony. Despite being e...


    1. Adjoa Andoh as Lady Danbury, a sharp-tongued, insightful doyenneof London society, who was a close friend of Simon's mother and helped raise him after her death. 2. Lorraine Ashbourneas Mrs. Varley, the Featheringtons' housekeeper 3. Jonathan Baileyas Anthony, Viscount Bridgerton, the eldest Bridgerton son and heir to the family title and estate. Since their father's passing, he is also responsible for finding suitable spouses for his sisters while he himself is unwilling to marry. 4. Ruby...


    1. Ruby Stokes as Francesca Bridgerton, the third Bridgerton daughter who has spent the season in France with relatives. 2. Molly McGlynn as Rose Nolan, Daphne's loyal maid and confidant 3. Joanna Bobin as Lady Cowper, Cressida's mother 4. Jessica Madsen as the debutante Cressida Cowper, Daphne's rival 5. Jason Barnett as Jeffries, the Basset butler 6. Hugh Sachsas Brimsley, the Queen's secretary 7. Martins Imhangbe as Will Mondrich, a boxer and confidant of the Duke of Hastings based on the...


    1. Jamie Beamish as Nigel Berbrooke, a suitor of Daphne 2. Caroline Quentinas Lady Berbrooke, mother of Nigel 3. Simon Lennon as Lord Ambrose 4. Freddie Stroma as Prince Frederick of Prussia, the Queen's grandnephew who hopes to marry Daphne. 5. Amy Beth Hayesas Lady Trowbridge, a widow 6. James Fleet as King George III, the King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. He suffers from an unknown mental illness that left him debilitated for much of the season. 7. Georgia Burnell as...


    On July 20, 2018, Netflix announced that Shonda Rhimes would produce the Bridgerton series based on Julia Quinn's bestselling novels, while Chris Van Dusen would be showrunner. Quinn explained on The Tamron Hall Show that when she heard from her agent that Rhimes was interested in adapting her novels, she "almost fell off of [her] stool", and quickly agreed to the offer. On June 19, 2019, Julie Andrews was cast as Lady Whistledown, whose voice-overs explain much of the series' action. Van Dus...


    On July 10, 2019, it was announced that Phoebe Dynevor and Regé-Jean Page would play leads, while Jonathan Bailey, Golda Rosheuvel, Luke Newton, Claudia Jessie, Nicola Coughlan, Ruby Barker, Sabrina Bartlett, Ruth Gemmell, Adjoa Andoh and Polly Walkerwere cast in as regulars. On February 15, 2021, it was announced that Simone Ashley had been cast as Kate Sharma, the female lead for season 2. On April 5, 2021, Charithra Chandran then joined the cast as her sister Edwina in addition to Rupert Y...


    Principal photography wrapped in late February 2020. Bridgerton was filmed in London and Bath, as well as at various estates and parks around England. Although the series takes place in London, most street scenes were filmed in Bath, York, and Chatham. The grounds of Wilton House were used for Hyde Park and the grounds of Somerley were used for Hampstead Heath. Ranger's House in Greenwich, southeast London was used for the Bridgerton House exterior and Halton House at RAF Halton in Buckingham...

    Bridgerton was released on December 25, 2020.The teaser and promotional posters were released in the months prior.

    In regard to the historical accuracy of the show, Chris Van Dusen has said that the show "is a reimagined world, we’re not a history lesson, it’s not a documentary. What we’re really doing with the show is marrying history and fantasy in what I think is a very exciting way. One approach that we took to that is our approach to race". The aristocraticBridgerton family, Lady Whistledown and most of the other characters in the show are entirely fictional. The theory that Queen Charlotte may have had African ancestry has been characterized as an unhistorical assertion by most scholars. In an interview with Insider magazine, American historian Marlene Koenig said the show's representation of Regency-era London was more diverse than it was in reality, adding that "diversity as we know what the word means did not exist" in Britainduring that period. Some classical music pieces used in the first season were composed later than 1813, the year the first season was set in. Examples include Dmit...

    In May 2021, Netflix ordered a limited prequel series from Shonda Rhimes, which will focus on the rise and love life of a young Queen Charlotte. Rhimes will write the series and serve as executive producer alongside Betsy Beers and Tom Verica.

    Critical response

    For the first season, the review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes reported an approval rating of 89% based on 94 reviews, with an average rating of 7.9/10. The website's critics' consensus reads, "Sumptuous design, soapy drama, and a sterling cast make Bridgerton a delightful treat." Metacriticgave the series a weighted average score of 75 out of 100 based on 34 reviews, indicating "generally favorable reviews." Kristen Baldwin of Entertainment Weekly gave the series a B+ and wrote, "Bridge...

    Audience viewership

    On January 27, 2021, Netflix announced that 82 million households had watched the series in its first 28 days of availability, significantly higher than its January 4 projection of 63 million. It is the most-watched original series launch to date on the service.

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  7. Sarah Dollard (born 21 January 1980) is an Australian television screenwriter, living and working in the United Kingdom. She made her start in writing for television on the long-running Australian soap opera Neighbours, before moving to the UK in 2008.

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