Fans of “The Crown,” the Netflix Series depicting the reign of Queen Elizabeth, will receive the long awaited season release as the entirety of the season will air on Nov. 15, with all ten episodes on Netflix.
Season four will cover the years 1979 through 1990, which includes the royal wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer; with a glimpse of Lady Diana in her wedding gown and a 25-foot train. Producers have also included the issues regarding Camilla Andrew Parker-Bowles and Prince Charles about the realities of the affair and the consequences of their love.
Season three actors gathered after having finished their season and select cast members have been added to introduce a new time period. Cast members remain indifferent in the transitions from season three to four to show the aging of the characters as they moved into a different period in history.
Despite small changes made to the cast, most of season three’s cast will return for the upcoming season of “The Crown,” including Olivia Colman as Queen Elizabeth II, Tobias Menzies as Prince Philip, Helena Bonham Carter as Princess Margaret, Erin Doherty as Princess Anne and Josh O’Connor as Prince Charles.
The biggest introduction of season four is the glimpse of Lady Diana in the season 4 trailer by Emma Corrin. Corrin has starred in “Misbehavior”, “Pennyworth,” and is set to film with the rest of the cast until the next few seasons.
While season four remains unseen until Nov. 15, Netflix has confirmed that there will be a fifth and sixth season of “The Crown.” In August, the show revealed several cast changes for the last two seasons, including Imelda Staunton as Queen Elizabeth II, Elizabeth Debicki as Princess Diana, Jonathan Pryce as Prince Philip, and Lesley Manville as Princess Margaret.