Official Poster Of The Crown Season 4
Sneak Peak into the Past
In The Crown season 3, we see that Queen Elizabeth II has reached her middle age now. She has a task to spy the British royalty and state affairs. The season is set in the 1960s-1970s. The queen has started to rule the country and is managing her family along with her duties. The third season shows the transition of a young girl into a fine lady who has the responsibility to run a Kingdom. It starts with stamps being printed in her name. We see a K.G.B spy being caught amongst the royals. Then comes the Princess Margaret’s trip to the United States of America in 1965.
As the season continues, we see various ups and downs like Aberfan disaster, Coup and many more. Towards the end of the season, we see that princess Margaret is on her journey of finding her true happiness and heavily covered split with her husband.
Renewal Status for The Crown Season 4
The Crown was renewed for season 4 last year itself. And the wait is finally over. The Crown Season 4 is all set to be released on Netflix on November 15, 2020.
Cast and What to Expect from The Crown Season 4
The cast for The Crown season 4 will pretty much be the same as the previous season like Erin Doherty, Helena Bonham and many more. However, the role of Queen Elizabeth II will be played by Olivia Colman because of the moving storyline. We will also see Emma Corin as young Princess Diana. The Crown season 4 will introduce us to Princess Diana. It is likely that the timeline followed would be of the 1980s and 1990s. This period marked heavy political events that shaped history. It was a period of the Falklands War and the miner’s strike.
We may also see the intruder Michael Fagan who entered the Queen’s bedroom in the palace. Well, there is a lot of drama coming our way with The Crown Season 4.
Synopsis of The Crown Season 4
The Netflix series, The Crown is about the life of the Queen of England Elizabeth II. The story is about how Queen had to take the throne early in life and focus on her new marriage.