The director Tom Verica has given Bridgerton's Queen Charlotte spin-off a lot of attention, which is good news for fans.
"This production, this cast, this crew just wait," Verica said of a screenshot of the script.
Although the director provided no further information about when to expect the new series, Verica's assurance that the production on the program has completed means it shouldn't be too long before we see Queen Charlotte on our screens.
Thats all there is to it. This production, this cast, this crew, just wait. http://www.pic.twitter.com/VnkWJFgS0
The show will follow the life of a young Queen Charlotte (played by Golda Rosheuvel in the main series) and will also feature a young Lady Danbury and Lady Violet Bridgerton.
India Amarteifio, who plays the younger version of the Queen in Sex Education, has announced that she will play the Queen.
Charlotte arrives in London only to realize that she wasn't exactly what the royals were expecting. As she learns to navigate the palace, the 'ton, and her unpredictable husband, she becomes one of Europe's most memorable monarchs.
Adjoa Andoh, who plays Lady Danbury in the main series, recently gave fans a taste of what to expect in the upcoming series, revealing that we will learn how the Queen, Lady Danbury, and Lady Bridgerton came to be.
"Lady Danbury has gotten to a position of comfort, safety, and status because she learned to play the game, and you will see how."
The prequel show will not be the only Queen Charlotte content Bridgerton fans will receive, either. Earlier this year, author Julia Quinn announced that she was working on a Queen Charlotte book with Bridgerton producer Shonda Rhimes.
Seasons 1-2 of Bridgerton are now available on Netflix. Season 3 is in the works.