Royalty is back, and it is back with a bang. The Crown season 4 is here, and we cannot calm ourselves! Netflix recently announced the date of the series, which glues us to the screen every single time and getting the scoop from the inside about royals is everyone’s favorite thing. Season 4 is almost here, and it brings a new cast with it, and fans are super excited and cannot wait.
The Crown season 4 premiere – release date
Netflix announced the date of the season 4 premiere recently, and it got everyone on their toes. Mark your dates because the royals are back! The Crown season 4 will release on 15th November 2020, on Netflix. The filming of season 3 and 4 was done before to back so that the fans did not have to wait very long for the next season. The advantage of filming back to the end was that the global pandemic didn’t make us wait any longer than we could.
The Crown has made a huge fan base over the years, and the loyal viewers are super excited for another beautiful season about the monarchy.
The Crown season 4 trailer and plot
The full trailer for season 4 is yet to release, but Netflix has given us a tiny glimpse of 30 seconds to excite us enough. In the teaser, we get to see a glimpse of the late Princess of Wales, Lady Diana. Season 4 will be set in the late 1970s, so the viewers will get to see the royal wedding of Lady Diana and Prince Charles and their separation and divorce too.
Margaret Thatcher’s role will be heavily portrayed as she served as Prime minister for 11 years along with other political acts also. The first appearances of both Prince William and Henry can also be expected as infants.
The infamous Buckingham House intruder who broke into Her Majesty’s bedroom, Michael Fagen, can also be expected in season 4.
The Crown season 4 cast
The cast of The Crown changes every two seasons, so we will be watching the same actors we did in the previous season along with the new cast members. Olivia Colman will again be seen as Queen Elizabeth II. Helena Bonham Carter and Tobias Menzies will continue as Princess Margaret and Prince Philip, respectively.
The most exciting addition to the cast is the first introduction of Lady Diana, played by Emma Corrin. The other significant addition to the model is the role of the new Prime Minister played by Gillian Anderson.