To no surprise at all, subscribers of Netflix are now looking forward to the fourth season of The Crown. Season after season, the series has delivered nothing but suspense and grace to the platform––definitely one of the best series to ever do it for the streaming giant. And there’s nothing greater than knowing that a fourth season is already being produced, and here’s everything you need to know about the upcoming installment!
The Crown is a Netflix Original period-drama series based on the life, and the current reign, of Queen Elizabeth II. A lot of speculations revolved around Olivia Colman as she replaced Claire Foy for the role, but Coleman has definitely delivered a hundred times over. Alongside Colman were new actors and actresses that replaces the original cast members, but none of them failed to bring the same tenacity as the first cast during the first two seasons.
In the wide array of Netflix Originals, The Crown has become one of the most sought-out and ordered––one of the very few to do it for the platform.
If you’re a big fan of the series, and I’m not sure who isn’t, there’s finally a confirmation about The Crown‘s fourth season, and it’s coming to us on the 15th of November, 2020.
NEWS: The Crown S4 arrives on 15 November. Gillian Anderson and Emma Corrin join Olivia Colman. ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/2CEH8m2XuO
— Netflix UK & Ireland (@NetflixUK) August 20, 2020
However, Netflix trusts the series so much that they’ve already ordered its fifth and sixth season. Before, they originally only had the mindset for a fifth season and ending things at that. Eventually, Netflix came to its senses and announced a sixth season happening. So, whatever happens this season, make sure to still buckle your seatbelts––it’s going to be a long ride after all.
As reported, Imelda Staunton has been cast to portray Queen Elizabeth II. With that casting, The Crown is one of the most expensive Netflix Originals to ever come to the platform––offering a whopping £100 million for the first season. If we’re to assume that this goes on per season, The Crown will undoubtedly become one of the most expensive shows in the history of entertainment.