Bridgerton Star Responds To Joining Season 3 As A Recast Character

Hannah Dodd is pretty excited to join the cast of the hit Netflix TV show Bridgeton.

The actress joins the season 3 cast as Francesca, replacing Ruby Stokes in the role. After playing Francesca, Lady Violet’s sixth eldest child, in seasons one and two of BridgetonStokes left the show to star in another Netflix production Lockwood & Co.

Now Stokes’ replacement, Dodd, is thrilled to be the new Francesca. She opened up about joining the show in a new interview with TV Line.

“I’m so excited. Everyone’s been so nice. I just want to do a good job,” Dodd said.

Dodd says she has read six of the eight Bridgeton Books by Julia Quinn on which the TV show is based. Dodd focused on Francesca’s story as she “didn’t know what [she’d] have [herself] Therefore.”

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“I had to read this as soon as possible. It’s such a beautiful book and she’s such a beautiful character. I can’t really believe I get to play her,” says Dodd.

“I also know how people feel about her, so I’ll do my best.”

Dodd previously starred Anatomy of a Scandalwhile she’s at it Flowers in the Attic: The Origin for lifetime. Between those shows, Dodd squeezed into an appearance on Marvel’s eternal in the small role of Sandra. She has since also joined the cast of Netflix’s upcoming Enola Holmes 2what stars stranger things‘ Millie Bobby Brown in the title role.

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season two of Bridgeton Aired earlier this year after a world premiere in London, while principal photography for the third season began in July. There is no set release date for the third season yet, but a fourth season has already been commissioned.

Bridgeton Seasons 1-2 are now streaming on Netflix. Season 3 has been confirmed.

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