Join us on June 8th for a discussion on representation, adaptation, mental health, and the integration of high society.
We will cover the following:
- Representation in the media through the lens of the diverse & inclusive work of Shondaland, the pioneering storytelling company founded by Shonda Rhimes, including the integration of high society as depicted in the Bridgerton universe
- Adaptation of the Netflix series Bridgerton from the books by New York Times bestseller, Julia Quinn
- Reverse adaptation of Julia Quinn’s latest book, Queen Charlotte, inspired by the Netflix series
- Mental health as portrayed in the Queen Charlotte television series
Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story is a Netflix Original Series produced by Shondaland. The six-episode television miniseries follows young Queen Charlotte’s marriage to King George of England that sparks an epic love story and transforms high society in this “Bridgerton” universe prequel.
Queen Charlotte the novel by Julia Quinn is now available for purchase.
This event is open to all in the content community.
Note: the discussion will likely include spoilers from both the TV show and novel of Queen Charlotte.
Process note: This session is part of a series of monthly meetups that Steyer hosts. Some of these meetups are limited to Steyer employees only; some are open to the public. The idea is simply to spend a bit of time together exchanging stories and ideas—to get to know one another better and to learn from one another.
Photo credit: Netflix