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Netflix Dismisses Copyright Lawsuit Over ‘Unofficial Bridgerton Musical’

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Gene Maddaus Senior Media Writer Netflix dismissed a copyright lawsuit on Friday that it had filed against the creators of “The Unofficial Bridgerton Musical.” The court filing did not indicate whether the streaming service had reached a settlement with Emily Bear and Abigail Barlow, the creators of the musical.

However, the pair had earlier canceled a performance of the musical at Royal Albert Hall in London, which was to take place this week.

Netflix sued in July, alleging that Barlow and Bear had infringed on its copyrights by putting on a for-profit stage show at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.

The service argued that their conduct “stretches ‘fan fiction’ well past its breaking point.” The pair had gained fame on TikTok when they began releasing songs based on the TV series.

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