Audiences were struck by historical mistakes in ‘Bridgetton’: “Oh look, a primitive”. TV

The historical series ‘Bridgerton’ is a huge success on Netflix: During the first 28 days on the streaming platform Netflix, the series has already been watched by over 63 million accounts. Viewed as a whole, as some Twitter users may notice some flaws.

For example, many viewers note that a yellow line can be seen on the street in one view, indicating that parking is not allowed there. Those lines were first introduced in Britain in the 1960s, while the series is set in 1813. “I had no idea that the 19th century British were such pioneers,” a user laughs. I really enjoyed ‘Bridgeton’, but seriously: a. Despite all the technology available to filmmakers nowadays, the yellow line? ”

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And there are many more mistakes. For example, visitors can see modern street lights, parking signs and modern doors. Even more striking: posters of the fashion series Primark were also seen several times. The series was founded only in 1969. Some scenes were also shot near a branch of the store in Bath. “If anyone is curious where I live, just watch ‘Bridgerton’,” one fan writes. I can point you to several scenes in Primark. “And also:” If anyone thinks ‘Bridgetton’ is fancy, the building on the left is the primer. “

Last week, Netflix also announced that the second season of ‘Bridgerton’ was coming. Instead of Daphne playing the lead role in the first season, this time we will take a closer look at the life of her brother, Lord Anthony Bridgton.

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