The Crown Season 4: Premiere Date
The third installment of The Crown just aired on Netflix.
However, we cannot stop asking for the next season immediately.
Therefore, it makes sense that we do not have a confirmed date yet.
But as the chronology suggests, the fourth season of The Crown is going to be out by the autumn of 2020.
The Crown Season 4: Cast
Olivia Colman is our new queen and Helena Bonham-Carter is Princess Margaret.
We get to see Tobias Menzies as the Duke of Edinburgh. Josh O’ Connor bags the role of Prince Charles.
The recent addition to the cast is the role of Princess Diana. Emma Corrin is playing the prestigious role.
Another debut in this season is by Gillian Anderson, who plays the role of Prime Minister Margaret thatcher.
Filming news also suggests that Claire Foy can make a cameo appearance in the fourth installment of The Crown.
The Crown Season 4: Premise
Through season 3, we have completed the second half of the twentieth century. Important events like the Aberfan disaster, Lyndon Johnson’s President-ship, and the Moon Landings of 1969 are all shown.
We expect season four to start in the year 1970s.
As much as we can assume, maybe the timeline is going to be up to the time Margaret Thatcher comes into picture by becoming the Prime Minister.
An exciting addition to the upcoming season is the entry of Princess Diana Spencer.
The Crown Season 4: Lady Diana Spencer
In season 3, we see Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles romance sparking. The current season covers how they meet and proceed.
In season 4 of The Crown, we will see Prince Charles finally meeting our beloved Lady Diana Spencer.
Looking at the timeline of the upcoming show, we are also going to see the birth of Prince William, which happens in the year 1982 and Prince Harry, which occurs in the year 1984.
The entry of this controversial character is going to spark the conspiracies during her stay in the royal family.
If we are lucky, maybe we can get a fast forward look at her death and a season five devoted to finding out the mystery behind it.