Why Netflix Is Suing Barlow & Bear Over Their "Bridgerton" Musical

Why Netflix Is Suing Barlow & Bear Over Their
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Since its debut on Netflix in December 2020, "Bridgerton" has taken the world by storm. Based on the bestselling book series by Julia Quinn, the acclaimed show broke records on the streaming giant by becoming the most-viewed series in its first 28 days, with over 627 million hours of viewing (breaking the show's own season on record). "Bridgerton" shows no signs of slowing down, either. Following a dramatic season two, Netflix renewed the Shondaland series for both a third and fourth season. Production for season three is already officially underway as of July 20.

"Bridgerton"'s sheer popularity has inspired countless social media offshoots, ranging from fan edits to TikTok videos and even musicals. While most fans have made their "Bridgerton"-focused content for their own fun and amusement, others, like musicians Abigail Barlow and Emily Bear, better known as Barlow & Bear, have taken their love of the series to a different level.
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