The Crown Season 4
The Crown Season 4 is a Netflix original basically in the UK which was followed from the great stage play The Audience in 2013. This series focuses on the royal drama which is pretty much history. It portrays Queen Elizabeth II in season 1 and her reign through the episodes.
Currently, it has had three seasons and looked over various time periods, beginning from the marriage of Duke of Edinburgh in 1947.
A total of 30 episodes have already been streamed. The good thing is, we know there has to be a lot more to the show. Seasons 4, 5 and 6 will soon appear and the final 6th season will exclusively follow the present times.
Season 4 has Lady Diana Spencer’s introduction, and I bet a lot of us are counting on that. The Crown is a historical show therefore accuracy is the most important aspect. It has excelled in the screenplay and execution of the real life-like work.
A total of 26 nominations came forward just from 2 seasons. The Crown has even bagged the Globe Awards and Emmy’s for best actress and best TV drama series.
The Crown: Cast Members
The cast members have changed a lot and do so in every 2 seasons. Let’s have a look at some who’ve been here for since day 1:
- Claire Foy and Olivia Colman – Queen Elizabeth II
- Victoria Hamilton and Marion Bailey – Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother
- Alex Jennings and Derek Jacobi – Prince Edward
- Greg Wise and Charles Dance – Louis
- Lia Williams and Geraldine Chaplin – Wallis
- Matt Smith and Tobias Menzies – Prince Philip
- Vanessa Kirby and Helena Bonham Carter – Princess Margaret
Josh O’Connor as Prince Charles is enough for some to keep watching the show!
Trailer and Release Date
Unfortunately, there aren’t any trailers or official teasers from Netflix. It usually gives these out just before weeks of releasing a new series.
We can expect The Crown Season 4 by the end of this year. It might take some time for some final touchups or a lot of work (we never know).