Family Cut - Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story

Family Cut Suitable for Grandma

It’s not lost on us that Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story is not a show (family cut or not) you’ll be watching with your children regardless of how many scenes you skip. In a recent interview the actress India Amarteifio, who plays Queen Charlotte in Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story, discussed her new hit series. Amarteifio joked she needed to make a list complete with timestamps of the scenes her family would need to fast-forward and skip. A “family cut” edition suitable for her grandma. 

Sounds familiar. It’s okay if you don’t want to be blindsided by a steamy scene, and the only surprise you want to experience is a well-thought-out plot twist in the storyline. You can go ahead and create timestamps for yourself and grandma to watch the new popular series, OR you could sign up for VidAngel.

For example, let’s see what the timestamps would look like in the third episode of Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story:

  • Fast-forward 10:18-10:54
  • Fast-forward 12:04-12:40
  • Fast-forward 13:13-14:27
  • Fast-forward 15:57-17:04
  • Fast-forward 18:57-19:13
  • Fast-forward 32:19-32:50
  • Fast-forward 33:20-34:38
  • Fast-forward 42:04-43:02
  • Fast-forward 50:51

Exhausting and unrealistic. You could attempt this tedious avenue, or you could select the scenes and words you don’t want to see or hear in a matter of seconds, looking a little something like this:

Whether you’re an avid time-stamper or the most elite never-lost-a-remote TV-watching expert, you still lack the most basic psychic abilities. With VidAngel, you don’t need to vet shows. Put your timestamp notebook away. Lose the remote in the couch cushion. Fill up your bowl of popcorn and experience what it’s like to watch a show with VidAngel.

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