10 YouTube Channels Every “Bridgerton” Fan Should Follow

Dear readers,

It has been brought to our attention that Bridgerton fans just can’t get enough. This insatiable appetite, if not properly curbed, could become the talk of the town. You can’t be a magnet for inappropriate gossip, so we’ve compiled a list of YouTube channels to keep one until a new season arrives. We strongly recommend that you watch them so that your future marriage prospects and your position in society remain intact. The third season will air this summer and will focus on the love story between Colin and Penelope.


The best place to get information is straight from the source. Since Bridgerton is produced by Netflix, which makes its YouTube channel the best place to find official trailers, interviews and behind-the-scenes footage. There’s a whole playlist dedicated to everything Bridgerton. Netflix also hosts fun events that stream live from this channel, like when Jackie Aina, a famous YouTuber from Nigeria, talked about herself with makeup artist Pat McGrath. Bridgerton-inspired makeup line. Maybe there’s a blush that makes Daphne look like after the Duke kisses her for the first time.

Mina Le

“Hello my beautiful doves.” If the fashion of Bridgerton was one of the main draws of the show for you as a viewer, you should follow Mina Le’s YouTube channel. The talks about the history of fashion but goes deeper into how fashion impacts and reflects the culture of the time. Le wasn’t originally a fan of the show but has since seen the error of her ways. She even recently attended the in-person live event The Bridgerton Experience in Los Angeles.

Karolina Zebrowska

Karolina Żebrowska is another fashion-focused YouTuber. This Pole attended the Jagiellonian University in Krakow – where she studied film and new media – and the Screen Academy Scotland in Edinburgh where she also studied film. Her YouTube channel rose to prominence with the video “Real Women – Beauty Through The Decades The Realistic Way”. Its Brigderton-themed content details what is historically accurate for the Regency period and what was done to be the best on film. So if you ever wonder what fashion would have looked like, check out Żebrowska’s videos.


Bridgerton the Netflix series was based on a series of romance novels by Julia Quinn. Fun fact: The series was created because Shonda Rhimes picked up one of the novels while on vacation. Since I watched Bridgerton might inspire someone to choose other romance novels, we suggest watching the channel LaceyBookLovers‘ to get good recommendations. Lacey is an avid reader based in Los Angeles who gives her honest opinions so you don’t get stuck reading a dud of a book.


“Greetings and greetings my very dear friends.” Whether Bridgerton inspired you to learn more and you need book recommendations Bookswithsamamtha. Samantha and Lacey are friends, so it’s a natural addition to this list. Reading is a great way to escape into new worlds like the London regency. It allows the reader to discover the depth of human experience. So when you want to relax with a good book similar to the Bridgerton series, look here.

Miss Bridgerton

Just as the identity of author Lady Whistledown is unknown to many, the creator of this YouTube channel is difficult to pin down. Due to the mark that appears in the corner of all the videos, it is assumed to have been created by the Shondaland team. But it could be a red herring like when the queen thought Eloise was Lady Whistledown. Whatever its origin, the chain entitled Miss Bridgerton offers a behind-the-scenes look at the show’s filming. It also features interviews with some of the show’s creators, cast, and advisers.

Ambient Melodies

If you like instrumental covers of contemporary pop songs used in Bridgerton, check out the YouTube channel Ambient Melodies. This channel prides itself on being the “best source of instrumental covers and classic mixes”. They have Bridgerton-themed playlists that can be used as background music while working, cooking or reading. They are relaxing and calming and the soundscape of the show transports you to the regency of London. Maybe you should learn ballroom dancing?


Did you binge all of Bridgerton before any of your friends? Now you’re dying to talk about it, but you have to wait. Or did your friends forbid you to be obsessed with it? In both cases – MrsMojo at your back. This channel is dedicated to all things pop culture. It has several interesting Bridgerton videos including a countdown of the most romantic lines, fashion moments and behind-the-scenes facts. We can live again Bridgerton start all over again and pass out on the sofa.

Letters from Jane Austen in the mail

If you want to escape into more London-like regent stories, try the channel Letters from Jane Austen in the mail. This chain makes its own “handcrafted letters in the style of Jane Austen”. And let’s just say Austen would have loved it Bridgerton. There is a video about a gossip column similar to Lady Whistledown. This channel also has a podcast where they discuss every episode of Bridgerton. Another great option if you can’t get enough.

strange story

Were you fascinated by the historical aspects of Bridgerton? Have you ever wondered what the court was actually like in the London Regency? If you need the answer to this question and more, check out strange story. This channel is dedicated to everything you never learned in school. It focuses on the really weird and bizarre aspects of the story. One can quickly fall down a rabbit hole watching this channel because there are so many interesting facts. Come for the Bridgerton content, stay to discover life in medieval castles.

We hope the YouTube channels in this list fulfill your desires and keep you away from gossip columns. Falling out of favor in high society would be a fate worse than death.

Yours sincerely,
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Raymond T. Helms