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The candy-coloured period piece Bridgerton seems to be on everyone’s must-watch list today.
According to Netflix, a whopping 82 million households around the world watched Bridgerton in the first 28 days since its Christmas 2020 launch, making it the number one show in Netflix history. The Shonda Rhimes executive-produced TV series (the brains behind Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal, Private Practice) was ranked number one in 83 countries including the US, UK, Brazil, France, India and South Africa. It make top 10 in all 190 countries except for Japan. And good news; Bridgerton will be renewed for Season 2!
Besides the scintillating storyline, fans of the show would be delighted to know that there were 7,500 pieces of costumes created under the guidance of Ellen Mirojnick, a 71-year-old New York native, who’s created dazzling works for Fatal Attraction, Basic Instinct, The Greatest Showman and Maleficient.
According to an interview with Vogue.com, Mirojnick spoke to creator Sara, Chris Van Dusen and executive producer] Betsy Beers, “to see if it’d be possible to create something on this scale. I also knew the Shondaland aesthetic and understood that this was not going to be like a Jane Austen adaptation. How could we shift the aesthetics of a period drama to make it feel scandalous and modern? Then they asked if I wanted to do it and I jumped in because the challenge was too great. I’d never put together a costume house before.”
If you’re looking to add some Bridgerton-inspired ‘costume pieces’ to your wardrobe like a Featherington or Bridgerton sister, why not take cues from Ganni or Staud, with their lightweight, and flowy pieces that are practical for everyday wear?
The United States on Friday for the first time publicly accused Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of approving the gruesome murder of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi, but stopped short of targeting the powerful heir apparent.
South Korea’s Disease Control and Prevention Agency has allowed health workers to squeeze extra doses from vials of coronavirus vaccines developed by AstraZeneca and Pfizer. The decision on Saturday came after some health workers who were administering the AstraZeneca shots reported to authorities that they still saw additional doses left in the bottles that had each been used for 10 injections. KDCA official Jeong Gyeong-shil said skilled workers may be able to squeeze one or two extra doses from each vial if they use low dead-volume syringes designed to reduce wasted medications and vaccines.
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Myanmar's junta fired its United Nations ambassador Saturday for breaking ranks to denounce the military's ouster of civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi, as police stepped up a crackdown on protesters across the country.
Ta-Nehisi Coates, the acclaimed essayist and novelist who expanded the world of Wakanda for Marvel comics, will write the script for a new “Superman” film from Warner Bros. The studio announced Friday that Coates will pen the screenplay for an upcoming “Superman” film that's early in development. J.J. Abrams will produce.
The United Nations and European members of the Security Council on Friday called on Israel to stop demolitions of Bedouin settlements in the Jordan Valley, and for humanitarian access to the community living in Humsa Al-Baqaia.
The deadly winter storm that caused widespread power outages in Texas and other states is a “wake-up call” for the United States to build energy systems and other infrastructure that are more reliable and resilient in the face of extreme-weather events linked to climate change, President Joe Biden's national climate adviser says. At least 40 people in the state died.
The Nasdaq climbed early Friday, recovering some of the prior session's losses, as US Treasury yields retreated and markets anticipated progress in Congress on President Biden's economic relief package.About 25 minutes into trading, the tech-rich Nasdaq Composite Index jumped 0.