The fourth installment of splendid royal-drama series The Crown has been confirmed by the makers. Peter Morgan, creator of the series confirmed season 4. The global hit series covers the life of Queen Elizabeth ll as the third season followed her life between 1964 -1977.
The series shows the life of Queen Elizabeth from the 1940’s, with every royal aspect covered. Peter Morgan both created and writes the show. The series till now has covered up to the early 1970’s with the three seasons. The first season was aired on November 2016, followed by a second in December 2017 and a third in November 2019.
The Crown Season 4: Plot
Netflix, which premiers the show, and Peter Morgan confirmed that the fourth season’s plot will be set between 1970 to 1990. Season 4 will cover the issues such as lack of concern between the Queen and Margret Thatcher over the ‘Apartheid’ controversy in South Africa. Not only this, but the season will also follow the issues of the 1984-85 bulldozer strike, and the 1982 Falklands War.
It may also cover the shocking incident of 1981 when the Queen was shot six times. All this indicates that the audience will have a lot to watch in season 4. This also implies that the season may well perform to all its high roaring expectations.
The Crown Season 4: Cast
The third season saw a change in some characters as new faces came in. Season 4 is also expected to see some new faces as well. Although new characters will be introduced, the core cast will be retained. The main cast such as Olivia Colman as Queen Elizabeth II, Tobias Menzies as The Duke of Edinburgh, Josh O’Connor as Prince Charles, Helena Carter as Princess Margaret, Erin Doherty as Princess Anne will be back reprising their respected roles.
As of the additions, Emma Corrin as ‘Lady Diana Spencer’ and Gillian Anderson as ‘Margaret Thatcher’- the Prime Minister are confirmed till now. Further additions are to be known yet.
The Crown Season 4: Release Date
The shooting of the fourth season went on floors in August last year and said to be have completed by February 2020. The question is that why has it not released yet. There is a much satisfying reason behind it, and that is the series’ fifth season. Yes, Peter Morgan is busy wrapping the fifth season of the series as it reportedly being the last.
Netflix has not yet confirmed the air date of season 4. The estimated time for the season’s release is said to be November or December this year. But it is for sure that we won’t be hanging much for the season to be dropped.