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    Filming For "Bridgerton" Has Taken An "Indefinite" Pause, And This Is My Villain Origin Story

    When, oh when, am I going to get my dose of horned-up Regency-era characters????

    Lady Whistledown has unfortunate news.

    Rege-Jean Page and Phoebe Dynevor in a scene from Bridgerton

    Production on Bridgerton Season 2 has shut down for an "indefinite period of time" after a second person tested positive for coronavirus.

    This is the second time in a week that Netflix paused filming, following a crew member testing positive on Thursday. Production resumed yesterday, only to be halted today.

    The Queen sitting with her ladies-in-waiting

    The streaming service wouldn't reveal if a crew or cast member received the positive test, but said the person is self-isolating.

    Season 2 is set to explore Anthony's (Jonathan Bailey) storyline (read: the mess that is his love life), meaning that Regé-Jean Page will not be reprising his role.

    A speedy recovery to the person who tested positive, and a reminder that the pandemic is very much not over!!! Wash your hands, wear a mask, get vaccinated, and be safe!!!