Episode 6.1 of the Nerdy Romantics Podcast chats with the panel–this time about the historical romance Netflix TV series Bridgerton! We discuss how we found the show and tackle two of the social media controversies about the show: the “historical accuracy” and the sex. Nerdy Romantic Marcie joins Staci and Dana (permanent guests of the L-5 Podcast on YouTube) in part 1 of this show chat.
Neither Nerdy Romantics Podcast or its guests are affiliated with Netflix or the show Bridgerton or any of its surrounding companies.
In this episode, we talk about:
- “Historical Accuracy” Controversy
- Sex and THAT SCENE controversy
- Rate the series
Bridgerton is based on the romance story series series by Julia Quinn (available now at most book stores). The first season is inspired by The Duke and I which you can purchase here. *
Other authors and books mentioned on this episode:
- Iris Bolling (The Heart series), specifically Hearts United – The Re-Election (This is a direct link to this book on Amazon. I am not an affiliate of Amazon.)
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- Fever Dream by Douglas Preston and Lee Child (Book 10 of the Pendergast series)
Shadow and Act and The Grio (mentioned by Marcie) are digital news outlets for African-Americans. Shadow and Act is specific to entertainment news (film and TV).
Neither Nerdy Romantics Podcast or its guests are affiliated with Shadow and Act, The Grio or any of its parent or child companies.
Check out the L-5 Podcast on YouTube (Click the L-5 Podcast logo to visit the L-5 Podcast channel.)
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