A Netflix original, The Crown season 4, is set to release in fall 2020 and it has already captured imaginations of the audience worldwide.
Fans are hooked to The Crown since its first season. A Netflix original, the drama based on British monarchy has captured imaginations of the audience worldwide. Season 4 of The Crown already started filming while season 3 was on air. Given the time gap between previous seasons’ the new season is expected to hit the small screens by Fall 2020.
The Royal Drama
The fans can’t get enough of the Royal drama in reel life or real. The new hype created for the Royal’s by the real-life Duke and Duchess of Sussex and Prince Andrews’ connection with Jeffery Epstein case – the audience has all the more reasons to watch the show.
Now the fans are waiting tirelessly for season 4 as the show is set to introduce Lady Diana Spencer, Sarah Fugerson and iron lady Margret Thatcher. The fan theories speculate that The Crown’s season 4 will dramatize the turbulence in the royal household from ’80s to 90’s covering various royal scandals.
What to Expect from Season 4
The royal weddings of Prince Charles to Lady Diana, Prince Andrew and Sarah Fugerson will be covered. Some set photos confirm an episode about Charles and Diana’s 1983 Australia tour. Actor Josh O’Connor and Emma Corrin were spotted sporting the same clothes as Diana and Charles, recreating the photo ops.
The previous season covered Prime Minister Harold Wilson’s rule which naturally leads to Season 4 showcasing premiership of Margaret Thatcher. The excitement is rising in the fans as there’s a lot of interest in the relationship that The Queen and Thatcher shared. It’s known that the real-life Queen had been angry with Thatcher’s refusal to back sanctions against South Africa’s racist apartheid regime.
The Royal Feud
Show creator Peter Morgan touched upon the subject in a podcast describing them as ‘eagle with two heads, facing in different directions.’ He further elaborated, “They’ve got an awful lot in common, not least their gender. Sometimes the things you think will bring two people together, actually drives them apart.”
Actor Gillian Andeson will be playing the role of Thacher while Olivia Colman will continue playing the titular role. It is said that Claire Foy and Matt Smith will also reprise their roles in some way, which is yet to be seen. The show has done amazing casting when comes to playing the same character in different stages of life.
Season 4 has a lot to unfold, come fall we should see effects of real-life drama on the celluloid… if only, HRH The Queen allows!