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The Crown season 3 Netflix release date, cast, trailer, Everything we know so far


In a little period of two years, The Crown has grabbed the huge attention of TV shows lovers and managed to be the most renowned show on Netflix. This show is all about Queen Elizabeth II and covers each and every moment of  Queen’s life. After finishing two seasons fans are crazily waiting for The Crown season 3 and if you are also in search of Release date, cast, trailer, etc about the 3rd installation of The Crown then you have chosen the right page.

Just scroll down the page and find out everything we know so far about the 3rd season of The Crown. We will update our info with the latest news whenever they reach to us…

The Crown season 3: Everything we know so far
The Crown season 3 release date, cast, trailer and everything we know

When you can witness the Crown season 3 on Netflix (Release Date)

Netflix didn’t reveal any release date for the show but it is expecting that the third season of The Crown will reach to you in the second half of 2019. If you are a lover of The Crown then you would probably aware that the first season was released on November 2016 and the second season in December 2017 so there is a hope that it may release in November or in December 2019.

There is no exact release date for the show but as per BBC season, 3 and 4 will back to you in 2019.

Which era will entertain you in The Crown season 3?

Season one and two was all about the early years of Queen’s reign from 1947 to 1963 but season 3 and 4 will cover the years from 1964-1970. Peter Morgan doesn’t want to reveal anything about the upcoming season but when we observe the history of the Royal family we come to know what will be going to happen.

In that period of time, Queen Elizabeth was working with new Prime Minister Harold Wilson. This series will also feature the Apollo 11 Moon Landing and also include the eight-year-long affair of Princess Margret.

Prince Edward was born in 1964 so you will also witness that moment in the upcoming season of The Crown. The coronation of Prince Charles will also be covered which was happened in 1969.

Apart from these precious moments, there is a lot more which will define the life story of Queen Elizabeth but you have to wait until it will arrive on Netflix.

The Crown season 3 trailer

The Crown season 3 cast

Claire Foy who was appeared as Queen Elizabeth in the season one and two now will be replaced by Olivia Colman. Colman is the Oscar award winner of 2018 and she won it for her role in The Favorite.

Tobias Menzies will appear as Prince Philip in the upcoming series of The Crown, he got fame for his character in Outlander. After discussing the chief characters of the show let’s have a look on other characters of the show:

  • Helena Bonham  Carter will play the role of Princess Margaret
  • Josh O’Connor will appear as Prince Charles
  • Queen mother character will be played by Marion Bailey
  • Ban Daniel will share the screen as Antony Armstrong Fons
  • Jason Watkins will appear Harold Wilson
  • Gillian Anderson as Margaret Thatcher
  • Erin Doherty will justify the role of Princess Anne
  • Emerald Fennell will look as Camila Parker Bowles
  • Charles Dance will entertain you in the role of Lord Luis Mountbatten

 Will Princess Diana appear in The Crown season 3?

I am a fan of Princess Diana and curiously waiting for her appearance in the season 3 and Morgan reveled in December 2016 that Diana will appear in the closing of season 3. But as per the casting director of The Crown, she will not entertain you in season 3. Diana will join you at the beginning of season 4 and Amma Corrin will justify the role of Diana.

I am going crazy to witness the upcoming season of The Crown and I hope if you are here then you are also a big fan of this popular Netflix show. All the information is based on the latest updates and I hope you got a fair idea about the cast, release date, etc via the post. Stay connected with us for more interesting updates.







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