BY Alamin yohannes
Until we’re reunited with Lady Whistledown and the Bridgertons, check out these TV shows.
Set in 1760s London, Harlots explores a VERY different part of society, but it’s just as charming and entertaining as Bridgerton.
This book adaptation may be set in the present, but it’s also full of gripping love stories.
Elle Fanning’s queen is just as captivating as the iconic Queen Charlotte.
Anne Lister charts her own path in the 1800s in this bold story based on diaries written by Lister, mostly in code.
Watch Mary, Queen of Scots, rise to power in the French court in this historical fiction series.
With a secret love, a royal set to change the status quo and a lot of expectations, Young Royals is one to watch.
At the center of this magical world is a love story for the ages. Plus, the second season (which is set in the past) has a killer wardrobe, just like Netflix’s hit.
Emily Dickinson is at the center of this one, but it takes liberties with the tone and history, similar to the Shondaland drama’s approach to the Regency era.
An unpublished Jane Austen manuscript is brought to life in this adaptation set in the Regency era.
Lady Whistledown herself Nicola Coughlan stars in this laugh out loud comedy.
Get to know Queen Victoria in this series about her early years starring Jenna Coleman.
For anyone missing the Duke, you can see him in Shondaland legal drama For The People.
There’s a little time travel in the mix, but Outlander delivers a steamy love story and powerful family tale just like Bridgerton.