One of Netflix's latest shows - Bridgerton - has swept the world by storm.
The show, which was released on Christmas Day, has already been binge watched by more than 63 million households around the world and has fans hanging on the edge of their seats for the next episodes.
While the period drama hasn't officially been renewed for a second season, there is almost no doubt that a season two will be in the works, especially after the show's creator said that Bridgerton could be running for a full eight seasons.
Here's what we can probably expect when it comes to season two...
Daphne and Simon's story hasn't ended
If (and when) season two does happen, it seems we haven’t seen the last of Daphne and Simon, who seemingly get their happily ever after in the final moments of season 1. Regé-Jean Page (aka Simon) previously hinted that things could still go south for the couple if they returned for new episodes.
"I think that love is an evolving thing,” he told TV Guide shortly after the show’s premiere.
"It’s a living, breathing thing that needs tending, that needs looking after, that needs mending when it gets worn or torn. They get married very young. They still have a lot of growing to do. They have a lot to do, and I think it’ll always be fun to watch them do that together."
We will see more of the siblings
When the show's creator announced that there might be eight seasons of the show, he revealed that there will be a lot more focus on the other siblings.
"This being a family of eight children and there being eight books, I would love to be able to focus and really tell stories and love stories for all the Bridgerton siblings. For each character, for sure." he said.
Queen Charlotte has spoken
Golda Rosheuvel, who plays the Queen, has her own ideas for the next batch of twists and turns. "If Chris Van Dusen comes to me and says, 'Golda, what would you like to see in the second season if we have a second season?' I would say, 'The Queen and Eloise have to get together and form an alliance and find out who Whistledown is,'" the British actress told Insider in January.
Penelope will get more of the spotlight
Season 2 would make the perfect chance for Penelope to command more of the screen. The actress that plays her said: "I'd love to go on that journey with her, to see how she’s changed," the star said during a December 2020 interview with the U.K.'s Radio Times.
"I'd really love to come back because I feel like we've just scratched the surface. And because there's such a huge cast in this show, there's so much more of all the characters. ... There's people I didn't even get to act with."
What do you want to see in season two?