Now that you’ve finished watching season two of The Crown, it’s time to think about the third season. This is what we know so far about the third installment of Peter Morgan’s version of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign.
NEW EPISODES WILL BE RELEASED ON NOVEMBER 17
Fans of The Crown, Netflix’s fascinating real drama that tells the reign of Queen Elizabeth II, have had an agonizing wait since the second season was launched in December 2017. But the wait is almost over! The program will return to Netflix on November 17, according to Netflix, and now, there is an official breakthrough that gives us a preview of what we expect.
Netflix The Crown Season 3 Cast:
A new breakthrough shows Colman replacing Claire Foy, who played the Queen in seasons one and two. Mezies, who is well-known for roles in Outlander and Game of Thrones, will play Philip, and Helena Bonham Carter will play Princess Margaret.
More recent additions to the cast include Marion Bailey, who will play the Queen Mother and Josh O’Connor, who will play Prince Charles. In 2018, it was announced that Doherty would play Princess Anne and Ben Daniels would play Princess Margaret’s husband, Antony Armstrong-Jones, who is also known as Lord Snowdon.
“After being glued to the first two seasons of The Crown I am beyond thrilled to be joining the cast of this incredible piece of television. Snowdon was such a dynamic and complex man, I’m really looking forward to playing him,” Daniels told Variety in June of last year.
Jason Watkins is also joining the cast as Prime Minister Harold Wilson and Game of Thrones alum Charles Dance will appear in season three as Lord Mountbatten.