Julie Anne Robinson on directing Netflix smash hit BRIDGERTON
With its mix of Jane Austen meets Gossip Girl with 35 Shades of Grey, as described by Bridgerton star Regé-Jean Page, Netflix’s Shondaland series has taken pop culture by storm since its Dec. 25 debut. Redefining the period drama and romance genres and breaking conventions on race while making global stars out of Page and Phoebe Dynevor, the adaptation of Julia Quinn’s novel captivated viewers to become one of Netflix’s most watched series premieres.
Director, executive producer and Longboat Pictures co-founder, Julie Anne Robinson, talked Deadline about to process of making the hit show.
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