You aren’t a true royal fan if you haven’t seen at least one season of the famous Netflix series The Crown. This epic historical drama series tell the highlights in the story of Queen Elizabeth II’s remarkable reign as Queen of England. The drama series is based on Peter Morgan’s film “The Queen” in 2006 and stage play “The Audience” in 2013.
Season one, which premiered on 4th November 2016, tells the story of how Queen Elizabeth met and fell in love with Philip Mountbatten who is now the Duke of Edinburgh, as well as her sister Margaret’s engagement to Group Captain Peter Townsend. The second season covers years 1956 to 1964: from the Suez Crisis to the retirement of the Queen’s third prime minister, Harold Macmillan; and the birth of Prince Edward.
Finally, after a two-year hiatus, our most awaited television series is releasing its third season as it returns on screen this November 17. The new season will feature a brandnew cast to demonstrate the graceful aging of Her Majesty the Queen along with the rest of the royal family: The Duke of Edinburgh, Princess Margaret, Prince Charles, Princess Anne, and Prince Edward.
The all new season is studded with a powerhouse crew: Olivia Colman as Queen Elizabeth II, Tobias Menzies as Prince Philip, Helena Bonhan Carter as Princess Margaret, Emerald Fennell as Camilla Shand, and Josh O’Connor as Prince Charles.
Last August 12, Netflix released a public announcement about the premier of The Crown Season 3, together with a confirmation by actor Tobias Menzies in Jo Good’s BBC show. The official trailer was debuted last October 21st, giving viewers the thrill on what they could expect on the all-new season.
The Crown is reportedly intended to last until season six. This television drama series have amassed numerous awards for its outstanding acting, remarkable direction, notable writing, extraordinary cinematography, amazing production values, and the relatively accurate historical account of Queen Elizabeth’s sovereignty.