Good news, Bridgerton fans: Filming on the second season has wrapped, Deadline reports, clearing the way for the popular series to make its return to Netflix next year.

Chris Van Dusen, the show’s creator and executive producer, made the announcement on Twitter, writing, “That’s a wrap on Season Two! So proud of this cast and crew who brought their A-games to work each and every day in this very challenging year.”

Bridgerton, which stars Simone Ashley, Jonathan Bailey, and Ruth Gemmell, became a cultural phenomenon shortly after its debut last Christmas Day. The show is based on the series of Regency romance novels by Julia Quinn that debuted in 2001 with The Duke and I.

Netflix says that the show’s first season was one of its most-watched English-language programs ever. The series’ popularity caused a spike in sales for Quinn’s books, with special-edition hardcover copies of the book being offered for sale online for hundreds of dollars.

In January, Netflix announced it had renewed the series for a second season. Filming began on the new season in March, but was shut down twice in July after cast or crew members tested positive for Covid-19.

Actor Luke Newton, who plays Colin Bridgerton on the series, hyped the show’s return on Twitter.

“That’s a wrap on @bridgerton SEASON 2!” Newton tweeted. “I cannot wait for everyone to see it. You are in for an absolute treat. Thanks for all the love [and] support throughout.”

Michael Schaub is a Texas-based journalist and regular contributor to NPR.