With a short teaser, Netflix has finally announced the launch date for the third season of “The Crown.”
With first video footage of Olivia Colman (45) as Queen Elizabeth II, Netflix has announced the launch date for the third season of the acclaimed British series “The Crown.” The new episodes will be outed on 17 November.
Unfortunately, so far, Colman has only been able to assess for a few seconds. In the clip, she appears to approach an open door and looks towards the audience. New details for the third season will not be revealed. Colman replaces Claire Foy, 35, who had played Queen in the first two seasons. The change was necessary because the series is dedicated to different epochs in the life of the monarch.
Among other things, the actors of Prince Philip and Princess Margaret were exchanged, which will be presented in the coming episodes of Tobias Menzies (45) and Helena Bonham Carter (53). Previously, Matt Smith (36) and Vanessa Kirby (31) had played the respective roles. In April, it was also announced that the British actress Emma Corrin (23) would give the Lady Di.
For Prince Philip of Edinburgh the upcoming problems will not be as perilous as those of Westeros, but they will be of an existential nature, as Menzies reveals: “He is confronted with several issues of a midlife crisis, the Showrunner Peter, around the time of the moon landing, of which Philip was obsessed, to see the act of heroism of these men awakens him to the consideration: ‘What have I done to my life?’ Part of him thinks, ‘That could have been me, if I had not chosen this path, if I had not married that person’, “Menzies said.
It will take a while for the fans to see the quarreling Prince Philip. With first video footage of Olivia Colman (45) as Queen Elizabeth II, Netflix recently announced the launch date for the third season of the British series. The new episodes will be released on the 17th of November on Netflix.