The cast of Bridgerton is back to work! This year, production on season 2 had to be put on pause a few times due to COVID-19 outbreaks, but on September 20, it looks like they got the green light to start filming again.
Scroll down to see the stars on set with their protective gear!
It looks like no one is taking any chances when it comes to the virus, as Phoebe Dynevor (right), who plays lead Daphne Bridgerton, wore a clear face shield in between scenes.
She also kept comfy in a pair of Ugg boots and a big black coat.
Nicola Coughlan, who plays Penelope Featherington, wasn't seen on set that day, but she teased that the new episodes are "extremely dramatic."
"It's got a whole lot spicier I will say. You definitely see more sides to her. We find out at the end of season 1 [that she's Lady Whistledown], that is there but we don't get to explore it. But the world cracks open," she shared of her character. "I feel like the Bridgerton world has grown and you're going to see a lot more sides to her. She's a sassy chick."
Due to scheduling conflicts, the cast wasn't able to attend the Emmys on September 19, but the popular show wound up losing in all of the categories it was nominated for, which included Outstanding Drama Series.
Regé-Jean Page, who will not be returning for the second season, received an Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series nod for his portrayal of Simon Bassett.
The series was so popular that Netflix has already renewed it for seasons 3 and 4. In addition, the streaming service announced they would be filming a spinoff that revealed the backstory of the character Queen Charlotte, who's played by Golda Rosheuvel.
"All Hail The Queen!" their social media pages declared in May. "Thrilled to announce we’re expanding the Bridgerton universe with a limited series that will tell Queen Charlotte’s origin story — the series will also feature young Violet Bridgerton and young Lady Danbury."
Neither the spinoff nor season 2 of the drama have received a release date.