According to Indiewire , who obtained the platform's record-breaking December streaming data unverified by a third party, the period romance not only reached the number one spot in the Netflix top ten in the United States but 75 other countries. It also managed to break into the top 10 most-watched Netflix series in out of countries Netflix streams in. Eventually, Daphne realizes what viewers already know — Simon is her true love — and she breaks it off with Frederick to return to the Duke's arms. Fans of both the Harry Potter books and films will likely be familiar with Stroma's character.
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Bridgerton Prince Is Cormac McLaggen From Harry Potter
We may be no closer to unraveling the mystery of Jon Snow's death, but at least we know we're going to find out a little bit more about Samwell Tarly. Martin's A Song Of Ice and Fire books, other than the sad fact that Sam's dad Lord Randyll Tarly basically told Sam he was choosing the more physically fit bro Dickon to be his heir, so Sam could either go to the Wall and take the black or disappear mysteriously in a hunting accident. But what do we know about Freddie Stroma, the man behind the Dickon? His life must be brighter, right? The year-old's most recent hit is the first season of Lifetime's acclaimed dramedy series UnREAL , a dark, ultra-satirical show about the behind-the-scenes of a Bachelor -style reality show. Stroma plays the British suitor Adam, the prize to be won on a horrible, salacious TV-dating show called Everlasting.
Page appeared for "three seconds" as a background actor in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1, as one tweet points out. In fact, Page isn't even credited for his Harry Potter cameo. He was simply one of the many guests that attended the wedding of Bill Weasley and Fleur Delacour, which was a lovely event until the Death Eaters crashed the party. As for Stroma, who plays one of Daphne Bridgerton's most eligible and rich suitors, Harry Potter fanatics may recognize him as Cormac McLaggen, the Gryffindor student and reserve keeper for the Gryffindor Quidditch team. He later joined Dumbledore's Army and fought in the Battle of Hogwarts.
It was considered tacky, but I liked it a lot. I'd call the production team of Big Brother: UK almost as vicious as the production team of Everlasting in some ways. Oh, yeah, I can imagine they were pretty bad. The English tabloids can be pretty vicious and English reality television can be [too]. My character has never seen any dating or reality shows.