With the hype of Money Heist Season 3 finally slowing down, Netflix is back with a banger of an announcement. The Crown Season 3 retuens after a two year gap, Netflix announced Monday. In a year that has seen blockbusters Money Heist and Stranger Things, The Crown season 3 announcement has made 2019 all the more remarkable for Netflix fans.
Netflix announce The Crown season 3 in dramatic fashion
Netflix announced the season 3 of Emmy award winning show The Crown on Sunday. And it made fans all the more excited. Netflix showed actor Olivia Colman as Queen Elizabeth II turning into the camera before the screen blacka out.
Season Three of The Crown, starring Olivia Colman as Queen Elizabeth II, arrives 17th November. pic.twitter.com/eKPcUOq5Sp
— The Crown (@TheCrownNetflix) August 12, 2019
The Crown last premiered in 2017. The fans have waited too long for comfort. Netflix taken a good two years for the next installment of the superhit series The Crown, the reason should have fans buzzing.
Peter Morgan, the creator of The Crown announced last year that Season 3 and 4 will be shot back to back.
What’s new for the upcoming season?
Season 3 has an entirely different cast from the last seasons. The protagonist Olivia Colman has taken over the reins of the queen from Claire Foy. Tobia Menzies on the other hand is replacing Matt Smith as Prince Philip. Vanessa Kirby’s character Princess Margaret will now be played by Helena Bonham Carter. Josh O’Connor and Erin Doherty as Prince Charles and Princess Annie complete the new cast.
It’s also confirmed that The Crown season 3 will take us back to 1964-76. There are no further revelations but Prince Charles would become more prominent in public. The British decolonisation of African countries will also be in focus.
— Diary of A Movie Lover🍿📺 (@Frances__O) August 12, 2019
Imagine winning an Oscar for portraying Queen Anne and then follow that up by playing Queen Elizabeth II in #TheCrown. That screams Emmy to me!
Ugh Olivia Colman is
e v e r y t h i n g g g
— 💬 (@dabidmb) August 12, 2019
— David Opie (@DavidOpie) August 12, 2019
After 2 years of waiting, Netflix has finally announced the premiere on November 17. The fans indeed had a lot to say about the much awaited next season of their favourite show.