If you are more into royal family drama series, then you will surely love The Crown Season 3. There is no point in denying that we all are obsessed with the lush lifestyle of royal families. If you are one of those people who got excited about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s marriage or saw the news whether Kate William delivered a boy or girl, then this series is for you!
The critics praised The Crown for the portrayal of Queen Elizabeth’s reign, superb acting, direction, writing, production, and cinematography. Apart from that, the series has won several awards like Golden Globe, Critics’ Choice Awards as well as Primetime Emmy Award. In this article, we will be talking about season 3 air date, production details, cast, and much more.
Season Three of The Crown, starring Olivia Colman as Queen Elizabeth II, arrives 17th November. pic.twitter.com/eKPcUOq5Sp
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The Crown Season 3 will be available on Netflix by the end of 2019
Fans have waited for two years, and their wait is finally over! The second season of The Crown released on December 8, 2018. Besides, The Crown Season 3 and Season 4 has officially renewed, so fans have nothing to worry about! One more good news is that The Crown Season 3 will premiere on November 17, 2019.
The Crown Season 3 cast
The entire cast of The Crown has changed for the new season. In the previous season, Claire Foy portrayed the role of Queen Elizabeth II. Presently, Olivia Colman replaced the character. Recently, she won an Oscar for playing the role of Anne in The Favourite.
Besides, Tobias Menzies will be replacing Matt Smith in the role of Prince Philip. The other new cast includes Helena Bonham will play as Queen’s sister, Princess Margaret, Josh O’Connor play as Prince Charles, and Erin Doherty will play as Princess Anne.
What can we expect in The Crown season 3?
The upcoming season will be taking place between the years 1964 and 1976. Moreover, fans might see the decolonization of British influence in African countries. Also, Prince Charles (Josh O’Connor) is likely to become a public figure in the kingdom.
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However, the wait has been painful for the fans, but it was worth it! But they won’t have to wait for season 4 because it has already been renewed. Recently, some fans took it to Twitter to talk about the duration between the second and third season.
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And some are predicting that the new lead cast Olivia Colman might surely win Emmys for her new role in The Crown. So mark your calendars and get ready for a season 3.