The Crown is a historical period drama published as a web television series on NetFlix Originals. It has been renewed for another season. The storyline is based on the award-winning play by the showrunner Peter Morgan, named ‘The Audience’.
This series pictures the life of Queen Elizabeth II and her family, which is the most famous family ever. The story’s timeline is from the 1940s to modern times. The lead roles of the series until last season will be recast from this season. As time moves on in the life of Queen the series reboots the cast.
Olivia Coleman will take over the role of Queen Elizabeth II who was previously acted by Claire Foy, from season 3 of the series. After a lot of speculations from many sources chipping in names of many actresses, it was confirmed back in October the Murder on the Oriental Express, the Favorite, Broadchurch actress Olivia would take over.
In March 2018, Tobias Menzies joined the cast as Prince Philip. All these changes on the cast and the series has been made to welcome the new era in the epic life events of Queen Elizabeth II.
WHAT AUDIENCE WANT TO KNOW
When will the crown season 3 release on NetFlix?
Tobias Menzies accidentally revealed the air date to a radio show, earlier this month. It cannot be considered official but it is from the insider circle. He revealed that the series will return to binge on November 2019.
It’s been almost 2 years until the last season has been aired. The first season aired on November 2016 and second season on December 2017. It was already expected that the next season will not release in one year gap as before due to the reboot of the cast.
Olivia Coleman reported to the at the Oscars that the shooting had begun on July 2018 and finished in February 2019. She was still working on reshoots though.
As the cast is ready, we won’t have to wait this long for a season 4. But by season 5 the story will advance to modern history and the recasting should be done again.
What is going to happen in Season 3?
The third and the fourth seasons will span over 1964-76. It should cover the decolonization of Africa and the Caribbean.
Is there a trailer?
No trailer released yet. But many first look pictures are being released.