The Crown has shown the years 1964 to 1977 in its first three seasons, and it is time for it to move into the late ’70s and ’80s for its fourth season.
Peter Morgan’s epic drama series has been extremely popular and has been widely acclaimed by critics as well as fans. Based on the award-winning play ‘The Audience,’ which chronicles the life of Queen Elizabeth II from the 1940s to modern times.
The series began with an inside look at the early reign of the queen, who ascended the throne at age 25 after the death of her father, King George VI.
What is the plot?
Prince Charles married Diana in 1981. Their eldest son Prince William came along in 1982, with Prince Harry arriving in 1984 – events which will all fall within the time period covered by season four. The difficulties within the royal marriage which led to their 1992 separation and subsequent divorce will also be covered in this season
Will Diana and Charles’ 1983 Australian tour feature?
Prince Charles and Princess Diana were very popular during their Australian tour in 1983, and The Crown will be recreating that magic as Josh O’Connor, and Emma Corin was spotted looking exactly like their respective roles of Prince Charles and Princess Diana in a photo which looks like them re-enacting the historical trip
Who is Joining the Cast?
As The Crown resets cast every two seasons, not much change is expected for the fourth season.
The biggest addition to the cast is Pennyworth’s Emma Corin, who will play the role of Princess Diana. Olivia Colman will return as Elizabeth II, alongside Tobias Menzies as Prince Phillip, Helena Bonham Carter as Princess Margaret, Josh O’Connor as a young Prince Charles, Emerald Fennell as a young Camilla Parker Bowles and Erin Doherty as a young Princess Anne.
When will season 4 come to Netflix?
Netflix is yet to announce a release date for the fourth season of The Crown, but it is rumored that the show could be released around November or December 2020 just a year after the third season of the show was released.