“There are no major Bridgerton Cuts”: ‘Bridgerton’ Showrunner Dashes Fans’ Hopes of Deleted Kanthony Scenes From Season 2

“There are no major Bridgerton Cuts”: ‘Bridgerton’ Showrunner Dashes Fans’ Hopes of Deleted Kanthony Scenes From Season 2

If you are like us, then you haven’t gotten over Kate and Anthony’s romance in season 2 of Bridgerton. This season was a departure from the previous sexually charged season 1. But what made up for the fewer sex scenes was the undeniable chemistry between the two leads. It was a slow burn, but the tension paid off as the series drew to a close. However, fans have picked up certain actors talking about a few deleted scenes in interviews. And they are all feeling cheated. 

There are no deleted intimate Kanthony scenes

Sadly, Chris reassured the fans that there are no deleted scenes. 

“I can be completely honest with you, as far as the intimate scenes, the sex scenes — no intimate or sex scenes were cut from this show. This season, every intimate scene that was scripted made it into the final edit of the show,” said Chris.

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Chris on the Indian representation in Bridgerton season 2

Bridgerton season 2 has received a lot of praise for the Asian representation.

“I don’t think Bridgerton is a color-blind show. This is a multi-hued, multi-ethnic, beautiful, and colorful world. And at the end of the day, the show is for a modern audience, and we want modern audiences to relate to it and to be able to see themselves reflected on screen.”

He always wanted Kate to be of Indian descent on the show. The team collaborated with a consultant, Dr. Priya Atwal to create an authentic backstory. They modeled Kate after Baiza Bai, a fearless historical figure.

What was the process for picking songs for the series?

The show features orchestral renditions of modern pop songs from Harry Styles’ Sign of the Times to Miley Cyrus’ Wrecking Ball. It also had the iconic Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham as part of its soundtrack

There’s a cut of the Bridgerton pilot somewhere out there that has strictly modern music in it from start to finish. But in viewing that version and sitting with it, it just didn’t feel right to me,” Chris spilled.

They always picked songs that would convey the emotional state of the characters in the scene.

Are you disappointed about the lack of any deleted scenes?

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