The Crown season 4 will arrive sooner than later. Netflix has announced the official date of the fourth sequel. It will release on 15th November 2020. The series will continue up to the sixth season. The previous cast will return for the fourth sequel. The new season will show the time period between the 80s and the 90s. Here we have brought to you all the new details regarding the fourth season.
What is the launch date of The Crown season 4?
The giant OTT platform, Netflix has officially announced that the fourth instalment of The Crown would be broadcasted on the 15th November 2020. They have also declared that the series will probably go up to its sixth season. This is good news for all the fanatics of The Crown. It is now certain that the viewers will have a lot more to anticipate for the series.
The cast of the Crown season 4
The same cast from the previous season will be returning for the fourth season.
Olivia Coleman will play the character of Queen Elizabeth ll. Helena Bonham Carter will play the character of Princess Margaret. Tobias Menzies will play the character of Prince Philip. Josh O’Connor will continue to play the character of Prince Charles. Erin Doherty will play the character of Princess Anne. Emerald Fennell will return for the character of Camilla Shand. Emma Corrin will play the character of Princess of Wales, Diana for the upcoming fourth season.
What will be the plot for The Crown season 4?
The fourth season will probably concentrate on the time periods between the 80s and 90s. It will show the political period of Thatcher when he served as the prime minister. This season will also depict the famous marriage of Princess Diana and Prince Charles along with their divorce. It will continue with the birth of Prince William and Prince Harry and they might show the divorced Margaret.