Entertainment Journalism on the Ropes? Netflix Conducts Its Own ‘Bridgerton’ Junket

There was a time not too long ago when the occasion of a $ 100 million hit-machine show-runner, debuting the second season of what is her “network’s” now successful series ever, would call for an exhausting press junket involving dozens of individual interviews for Celebrity and entertainment news Outlets from around the world.

And sure, Shonda Rhimes did talk to the Wall Street Journal‘s WSJ Magazine in the run-up for Season 2 of her mega-hit period drama Bridgerton, which drops Friday. Earlier in the week, the Shondaland CEO also attended a premiere party with the Bridgerton cast and crew at the Tate Modern in London, which seemed to generate Quotes for a number of other Outlets, including a long-running syndicated TV show Entertainment Tonight.

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