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There will forever be just two words that come to this author's mind the morning after any good party shook and didn't. All right, there's a new hit show about the marriage market among a gossiping promenading exclusive for you around the 18 teens.


Yes, I'm talking about Shonda Land's latest blessing upon us in the glittering fantasy set in Regency England that checks all the boxes.


I'm Gabrielle Collins and I live for the art effect. That is, I'm a period drama for Rick. Like you, I was thinking to myself, thank you, Bridgton cast and crew, for prancing all over the intersection of history and fantasy. I also wondered, how many sets did these people build? Well, I'm taking you inside the fullness of life. Behind the scenes, the show's brilliant creators are giving us an all access peek.


OK, this is between you and me, John, don't say it to Tom said, all right, say. Think of me as your curious guide to the world of Bridgton, and I'm bringing along my highly esteemed cohosts, researcher Annabel Hould, Season one, writer Jess Brownell, and historian Dr Hannah Gregg. Together, we're scatch reeling you through conversations about the wigs and costumes. Daphne is the only one that her costume design really is about the elegance of simplicity, the production design.


We went old school and we got to scenic artists and who painted the backings for us by hand.


The glorious grandiloquence of a tall I swoon.


Can you imagine when he looks into your eyes and then he didn't see you? I can't even say the words I want to say, quite frankly. Hilarious mishaps from behind the scenes.


And at one point we just had this sort of ripping sound and Jonathan went, Yeah, I think there's just been a wardrobe malfunction. No mercy for those trousers.


And we're also going to talk to some of the incredibly talented cast, like the actress who brings cane toting boss lady Denbury to life at.


And so I shop and I quit my wardrobe and my eye, and I made myself the most terrifying creature in any room I entered.


We'll even hear from the book series author Julia Quinn. These dukes are all like in their late 20s, early 30s. Almost all of them are unmarried. Ritt, really good looking, and none of them have said it was. Join us here, house QandA Land, reimagined Regency romance in the way only Shonda lands could they have told us what it is truly like.


Who would we get anything else done in season one of Bridgton, a Shonda Land production in partnership with Netflix is available now while you wait for season to fall in love all over again with Bridgton, the official podcast available February 18th on the I Heart radio app, Apple podcast or wherever you get your favorite shows.