The Streaming Platform Netflix announced on Monday 12 August that its third season, the Crown, will premiere on 17 November.
In a declaration on the official Twitter account of Netflix UK & Ireland, the platform shared the first date of the fresh season and also thanked the project team.
Olivia Colman was starred as Monarch during the third season of the show, focusing on Queen Elizabeth II and her reign in Britain, Tobias Menzies as Prince Philip and Helena Bonham Carter as Princess Margaret.
In the first two seasons, the group replaces Claire Foy, Matt Smith, and Vanessa Kirby.
Ben Daniels will also be present for the next season as the spouse of Margaret, Anthony Armstrong-Jones, Charles Dance, Lord Mountbatten, Marion Bailey, Queen Mother, Josh O’Connor, Prince Charles, Erin Doherty, Princess Anne, and Jason Watkins.
Josh O’Connor disclosed that Charles is still a student in the latest series. He said in an interview: “We start at the University of Cambridge with Charles, and that is where we bring him into the show.” He said, “It is here that we spread out much of his life and I’m so glad and excited about saying this. Netflix also later disclosed that for Season 4 they found their princess Diana at the Emma Corrin. And we’d never seen or known a distinctive tale.”
On 4 November 2016, the first series of the show began and on 8 December 2017, the second installment began.
Colman won the Oscar for best actress previously this year in “The Favorite,” to play one of Elizabeth’s predecessors, Queen Anne’s 18th-century monarch.