The second season of Bridgerton is official.

We would have been shocked straight out of our petticoats if Netflix hadn’t decided on another season (or seven more seasons) of one of its greatest hits of all time. So the news came as no surprise. Even so, the news is good.

Lady Whistledown herself confirmed that like the second book, the second season will focus on the oldest Bridgerton, Anthony (Jonathan Bailey), who made a name for himself in season one by trying to get Daphnes (Phoebe Dynevor) Living with terrible suitors. Now it’s up to Anthony to finally settle down, though that doesn’t mean the show is all about Anthony anymore.

Just like Daphne and Simon (Regé-Jean page) History was peppered with appearances by Anthony, Benedict (Luke Thompson), Colin (Luke Newton), Eloise (Claudia Jessie), Penelope (Nicola Coughlan) and Marina (Ruby Barker), the second season will again bring us stories about all the Bridgertons and the occasional Featherington