The Crown season four will be released on 15th November 2020 on Netflix. There will be 10 episodes.
By Eleanor Bley Griffiths
Friday, 30th October 2020 at 2:13 pm
With the new season of The Crown just around the corner, Netflix has been cleverly ramping up excitement for season four with teaser trailers and first-look images and official posters – and now we have our first full-length trailer to analyse, with a The Crown season 4 trailer breakdown.
From what we can see in the trailer, season four will focus heavily on two newcomers to The Crown cast: Emma Corrin as Princess Diana and Gillian Anderson as Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.
We’ll see Diana’s journey to becoming Prince Charles’s bride, and their so-called “fairy tale” romance and wedding, and the total disintegration of their marriage during the eighties. We’ll also explore Thatcher’s relationship with the Queen, and the effect of her leadership on the country.
But while fans are excited to Anderson’s performance as well as Emma Corrin’s debut as Diana Spencer (AKA Princess Diana), the show’s core cast remains the same for season four.
Olivia Colman returns (for one last time) as Queen Elizabeth II, alongside Tobias Menzies (Prince Philip), Josh O’Connor (Prince Charles), Helena Bonham Carter (Princess Margaret), and Erin Doherty (Princess Anne).
The Crown season 4’s release date on Netflix
CONFIRMED: The Crown season four will be released on 15th November 2020 on Netflix. There will be 10 episodes.