Netflix's The Crown to return for fourth season on 15 November, announce makers with teaser

The upcoming season of The Crown will mark the return of Olivia Colman as UK's monarch Queen Elizabeth II, and Tobias Menzies as Prince Philip

FP Staff August 21, 2020 08:35:49 IST
Netflix's The Crown to return for fourth season on 15 November, announce makers with teaser

The fourth season of Netflix's critically-acclaimed series The Crown will premiere on 15 November.

The upcoming season will mark the return of Oscar winner Olivia Colman as the UK's monarch Queen Elizabeth II, Tobias Menzies as Prince Philip, and Helena Bonham Carter as Princess Margaret.

The news was shared by the official Twitter handle of the show on Thursday.

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The Peter Morgan-created show also unveiled the teaser for the fourth season.

Season four will also feature British star Gillian Anderson as former UK Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and newcomer Emma Corrin as Princess Diana.

The announcement comes off the back of major casting announcements for the show's fifth and sixth seasons.

With season five onwards, veteran actor Imelda Staunton will play Queen Elizabeth, while Phantom Thread star Leslie Maneville will essay the part of Princess Margaret.

Game of Thrones alum Jonathan Pryce will portray Prince Philip with Elizabeth Debicki set to play Princess Diana in the final two instalments.

(With inputs from The Press Trust of India)

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