Bridgerton has been labeled as one of the biggest successes in Netflix‘s history, not only within the romantic genre but also as a TV adaptation that has managed to remain relevant over the years.

Season 3 was the first to be split into two parts, with the first part premiering on May 16 and the second on June 16, featuring Luke Newton (The Cut) and Nicola Coughlan (Derry Girls) as the leads.

The initial episodes of this new installment of the series, based on the fourth book “Romancing Mister Bridgerton” from the saga written by Julia Quinn, also featured a great soundtrack with many pop hits.

Bridgerton Season 3 Part 2 Soundtrack | All the covers

  • POV by Ariana Grande
  • Yellow by Coldplay
  • Confident by Demi Lovato
  • Lights by Ellie Goulding
  • Thunder by Imagine Dragons
  • You Belong With Me by Taylor Swift

Why is the soundtrack important in Bridgerton?

The soundtrack of “Bridgerton” is crucial because it not only enhances the visual and emotional experience of the series but also establishes a connection between the past and the present, providing a stylistic innovation that distinguishes it from other period dramas.

Each of the songs that have appeared in the TV show has been a mega-known hit, not only current ones but also multiple music classics. The original soundtrack was composed by Kris Bowers, but the instrumental covers are performed by Vitamin String Quartet.

Some notable examples of how the chosen songs have significantly enhanced certain scenes are the version of “Thank U, Next” by Ariana Grande, which was used in a dance scene, and the version of “Material Girl” by Madonna, which followed the same pattern.