Netflix’s Bridgerton is returning for its highly-anticipated third season later this week– bringing back the steamy romance, drama, and intrigue it’s known for back to the small screen.

The beloved period-piece series has been well-regarded for its clever use of adapting modern pop tracks to its soundtrack, with showrunner Chris Van Dusen and score composer Kris Bowers making the right musical choices to produce classical covers of contemporary pop songs. Performed by the Vitamin String Quartet and Duomo, the music to the hit program’s first two seasons included orchestral renditions to Taylor Swift‘s “Wildest Dreams”, Ariana Grande‘s “thank u, next”, and Billie Eilish‘s “bad guy” among several others.

For this forthcoming season, Netflix has officially announced the next round of hit songs that will be integrated into the first batch of episodes hitting the streamer this week. Check them the full list below:

  • Dynamite – BTS
  • Happier Than Ever – Billie Eilish
  • Snow on the Beach – Taylor Swift and Lana Del Rey
  • abdcdefu – Gayle
  • Jealous – Nick Jonas
  • Cheap Thrills – Sia
  • Give Me Everything – Pitbull

From this curated selection of songs, we can only imagine what scenes and standout moments wherein their orchestral renditions will pop up.

Bridgerton Season Three will be split into two releases, with Part One hitting streaming services later this week, May 16, 2024, while Part Two is expected to be released a little under a month after on June 13, 2024. As we anticipate the release of Bridgerton Season Three: Part One and its soundtrack, feel free to revisit the orchestral covers from the series’ first few seasons below: