If you are addicted to the great Netflix hit ‘The Bridgertons’ and you are impatient for the arrival of its third season, which does not yet have a release date on the platform, you can stop biting your nails and make that wait more bearable. Can make. You will achieve this by watching, while the new one comes, the other hit period soap operaOr the one that hooks you from the first minute, ‘The Queen’s Gambit’.
both are rocking Netflix And, so, if you liked it ‘The Bridgertons’ We know it won’t let you down. And that’s because it has a few things in common with the brothers’ saga based on Julia Quinn’s books. First of all ‘Queen’s Gambit’ It is also a period soap opera. Shonda’s story takes place in 1813 and Scott Frank’s story takes place in the 60’s. But they are not just stories from any period; The main thing about both is that they challenge conventions and appropriate them Interesting for any type of audienceAs has already been demonstrated.
What do ‘Bridgerton 3’ and ‘The Queen’s Gambit’ have in common?
Secondly, you’ll love ‘The Queen’s Gambit’ because, like ‘The Bridgertons’, based on a universal theme (In this case, chess is the common thread of the entire plot) but it focuses specifically on female protagonistWhose mentality is independent and strong.
Furthermore, two they broke up Records, especially at the time of highest Netflix consumption, during the days of confinement due to COVID-19. ‘The Queen’s Gambit’ was Most watched miniseries in history,
But there is something that sets them apart: detail. While ‘The Bridgertons’ is in its third season, ‘The Queen’s Gambit’ is one mini series Of only seven episodes. It tells the fictional story of a Orphantalent of chess, Beth Harmon (Anya Taylor-Joy), who wants to become the best player in the world while battling emotional problems and dependence on drugs and alcohol. Precisely because of how quickly it can be watched, it is ideal to enjoy it until ‘The Bridgerton 3’ arrives.
Wilma Degeorgue is a seasoned journalist with over 30 years of professional experience. Among other things, it specializes in television content, mainly fantasy and, in particular, Turkish and Latin American series. Since 2000, she has been interviewing Mexican, Colombian, Argentinian, Chilean actors and actresses, etc., and as of 2020 she travels to different countries in Latin America and the United States (Miami, Venezuela, Mexico, Colombia, Chile, Argentina). Was getting it done. Peru) to cover recordings of series/soap operas that were later broadcast in Spain, and to interview the actors who were part of them.
Since the emergence of Turkish soap operas, he has gained expertise in these products, interviewing actors working in them and keeping abreast of any developments regarding that country’s fictional narratives and casts.
Born in Barcelona, she graduated in Journalism from the Autonomous University of Barcelona in 1993, taking two Erasmus courses, one in France (Grenoble) and the other in Great Britain (Cardiff). He started his career working at Europa Press Catalunya in his hometown, but a year later he moved to Madrid and since 1995 he has worked in the Spanish capital. She has worked in agencies (Europa Press, EuroImagen), television (Antena3, Telecinco, RTVE and Telemadrid), magazines (Teleindiscrita, Telenovela, Lecturas and Collaborations in Semana) and has been coordinator of the consumer portal of the Community of Madrid. These years of experience, and thanks to the three languages he speaks (French, English and German, in addition to his native Catalan), have allowed him to travel around the world to interview and report on figures in public life. Granted, almost all of them belong to the world. Artistic and social.
Since 2000 it has been linked, among other companies, to the magazine Telenovela (now part of Díaz Minutos) and, since the time of the Consumer Portal of the Community of Madrid (2006–2016), it has specialized in the press and digital. Information, thanks to courses and experience on websites and information portals on the Internet. In recent years, it has created two digital newspapers, www.elmiradordemadrid.es and www.elmiradordebenidorm.es, which it owns and manages together with other partners.