“The Crown” has set the date for its royal return.
Season 4 of the acclaimed Netflix collection will premiere Nov. 15. The information was introduced alongside a teaser trailer, which confirmed loads of clips of Emma Corrin in character as Princess Diana.
“Something as essential as the monarchy merely can’t be allowed to fail,” reads Olivia Colman’s queenly voiceover for the trailer, implying that with Diana added into the combo, the monarchy is at risk of doing simply that.
Gillian Anderson additionally joins this season as Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, and the teaser solely gives the smallest glimpses at Anderson in character. Viewers can see the nook of her mouth in a mirror, the again of her head contained in the House of Commons, and a short flash of her addressing the press outdoors 10 Downing Street.
Watch the teaser beneath:
“The Crown,” which garnered a whopping 13 Emmy nominations for its newest outing, wrapped capturing on Season 4 in mid-March, simply forward of the UK being positioned in lockdown. Season 4 will likely be Oscar winner Colman’s closing flip as Queen. It will cowl the Thatcher period, as nicely as Prince Charles and Princess Diana’s tumultuous marriage.
The announcement comes off the again of a burst of casting bulletins for Seasons 5 and 6. In the final 10 days alone, “Game of Thrones” alum Jonathan Pryce was revealed as Prince Philip for the ultimate two installments, with Elizabeth Debicki set to play Princess Diana.
Alongside Pryce and Debicki, Imelda Staunton will play Queen Elizabeth within the two seasons, with Princess Margaret being performed by Lesley Manville.
Back in July, showrunner Peter Morgan confirmed that the huge Netflix collection can be coming again for a sixth and closing season, after initially saying the plan was to finish after Season 5. Seasons 5 and 6 will take the royal household into the early 2000s.