The Crown is a historical drama which is praised immensely for its writing as well as it’s acting. It has marvelous cinematography and direction. The Crown is written by Peter Morgan and it is produced for Netflix. The origin of the series lies in Morgan’s film The Queen (2006) as well as his stage play called The Audience (2013). The series focuses on the reign of Queen Elizabeth II. Fans know that new actors are cast every two seasons. The series’ first aired on Netflix on November 4th,2016. The most remarkable feature of this show is that it portrays the reign of Queen Elizabeth II almost accurately. The shows will have two more seasons, according to reports.
When will it be released?
Everything got delayed due to the pandemic. Netflix hasn’t announced an exact date yet. The fans had to wait a long time for season 3 but perhaps season 4 is not that far away. It has been predicted that the fourth season will release around November 2020. There is no official trailer yet. But the trailer can also be expected to release around the end of this year.
Cast Of The Crown Season 4
All the main cast will be returning as well as some new members. This includes-
• Olivia Coleman as Queen Elizabeth II
• Tobias Menzies as Prince Philip
• John O’Connor as Prince Charles
• Erin Doherty as Princess Anne
• Helena Bonham Carter as Princess Margaret
• Emma Corin as Lady Diana Spencer
• Gillian Anderson as Margaret Thatcher
Plot Of The Crown Season 4
Season 3 dealt with the year 1977 so we might get a glimpse of Gillian Anderson acting as Margaret Thatcher in Season 4. The show has also stressed on the relationships between monarchs and their prime ministers, so reasonably we can expect a lot of Margaret Thatcher in Season 3. Season 3 will also show Princess Diana, who remains an icon to date. Season 3 might explore the well-known difficulties in the royal marriage between Princess Diana and Prince Charles. Her character might be an important part of the new season.