Netflix’s global Royal hit “The Crown” is all set for its fourth season.
Peter Morgan’s high budget remarkable series revolves around the life of Queen Elizabeth 2. The minute details and the lavish set immerses its audience in the Elizabethan era.
Who will all be in season 4?
The main cast from season three will be back – including Olivia Colman as Queen Elizabeth II, Tobias Menzies as Prince Philip, Josh O’Connor as Prince Charles, Erin Doherty as Princess Anne, and Helena Bonham Carter as Princess Margaret.
Some new members of the show will be-
Gillian Anderson as Conservative Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.
Emma Corin as Lady Diana Spencer will be a major highlight in the show.
How will the show proceed?
It is speculated that the show will have the 90s theme in focus. The show will feature the major events of that time.
For instance, the Queen and Margaret Thatcher’s disagreements over Apartheid.
The 1984-85 Miner’s Strike
The Falklands War
We can also expect the coverage of the 1981 incident. The season 4 will include the Buckingham Palace intruder, Michael Fagan’s horrifying incident.
U.S. President Ronald Reagan will also feature in the 4th season. His involvement with the Queen will be an interesting angle.
The release date of season 4:
The Crown Season 4 is predicted to schedule in mid-November or December 2020. We still have to have wait for a little while.
With the arrival of Princess Diana, there will be a number of Royal heartbreaks in this season.
The Charles Diana relationship will be an interesting catch!
The Crown has still a long way to go:
The Crown will run for seasons 5 and 6. It’s already rumored that Imelda Staunton might take over as Queen Elizabeth in the coming seasons.
However, these are just speculations.
The current focus is on the fourth season, as stated by one team member.