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I have … feelings … about the use of music in The Irregulars. I’ve only watched one episode so far, so my thoughts may change quickly. This article contains spoilers, so be warned if, like me, you haven’t watched every episode, but it offers an interesting take, with comparisons, of course, with Bridgerton:

https://www.refinery29.com/en-us/2021/03/10389322/the-irregulars-soundtrack-songs-season-1