Bridgerton Season 3 Part 2 Release Date and Recap

Here's everything you need to know before Bridgerton season 3 part 2 drops on Netflix, including when it will be available to watch.

Nicola Coughlan as Penelope Featherington, sitting on her bed with a quill in hand in episode 306 of Bridgerton
Photo: Liam Daniel | Netflix

The first part of Bridgerton season 3 was full of steamy love connections, unexpected friendships, and tough decisions. Though this season is all about Penelope Featherington (Nicola Coughlan) and Colin Bridgerton (Luke Newton) finally turning their friendship into something more, they aren’t the only ones looking for love and companionship this time around in the Ton.

With part 2 of this story on the horizon, here’s everything you need to know before diving into the second half of Bridgerton season 3.

When Will Bridgerton Season 3 Part 2 Be Available to Watch on Netflix?

Bridgerton season 3 part 2 will be available to watch on Netflix on Thursday June 13 beginning at 12 a.m. PT/3 a.m. ET/7 a.m. GMT.

Bridgerton Season 3 Recap So Far

This section contains spoilers for Bridgerton season 3 part 1.

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This season of Bridgerton is a busy one so far, with many members of the Ton trying to navigate yet another courting season. Colin has returned from yet another summer abroad, and his suave confidence has nearly every young lady wooed. Penelope Featherington is apprehensive of Colin’s new persona, especially after overhearing his blatant disinterest in courting her last season, but nevertheless they make amends and he offers to help her find a suitor. Tired of being a wallflower, Penelope takes him up on his offer and makes a splash after giving herself a makeover.

However, once word spreads of their arrangement, she finds herself on the periphery once again. But despite the fact that the ton decides to ostracize her, she catches the eye of one of the season’s most eligible bachelors, Lord Debling (Sam Phillips). He nearly proposes, but after seeing the way she and Colin look at each other, decides against it, prompting Colin to finally confess his feelings for her. Things get steamy between them in their carriage ride home, and he suggests they get married.

Francesca Bridgerton (Hannah Dodd) enters society for the first time and is crowned the Diamond of the season by Queen Charlotte (Golda Rosheuvel), who seems oddly uninspired and unengaged this season. The Queen offers up a dashing suitor for Francesca, but despite the Queen’s best efforts, the young Bridgerton seems to be forging a deeper bond with Lord John Stirling (Victor Alli), with whom she shares a few happy moments of silence, solace, and music.

Meanwhile, Eloise (Claudia Jessie) is still hurting after Lady Whistledown’s scathing take of her budding relationship with a commoner last season, and the reveal that it was her best friend, Penelope, who wrote it. Without her best friend by her side, Eloise has sought companionship in Cressida Cowper (Jessica Madsen) for the season, much to her own surprise.

Lady Violet Bridgerton (Ruth Gemmell) might be finding a love match of her own this season as Lady Danbury’s (Adjoa Andoh) dashing brother Lord Marcus Anderson (Daniel Francis) arrives unexpectedly, sweeping her off her feet for the first time since her husband’s death.

Finally, the Mondrich family finds themselves thrust into society after their son unexpectedly inherits a title as the Baron of Kent as well as all of the expectations and riches that come with it. Will Mondrich (Martins Imhangbe) struggles the most with this change, as he isn’t quite ready to give up working at his club and the simpler life his family once led.