After being victorious yesterday at Golden Globe, the actress Olivia Colman see himself again in the race for the other awards as the fourth season of The Crown continues its production.
The first seasons of the series, the Queen Elizabeth was interpreted by Claire Foy who was nominated at the awards twice, having won in 2017. Colman’s path as the character should surely keep her in the spotlight next season.
According to Deadline, the fourth year will pass after the events of the third year that ended around the end of the 70s and will accompany British royalty until the beginning of the 90s.
As already announced, the season will have the figure of Margaret Thatcher (Gillian Anderson) as a highlight where the new year will show until 1990. According to the publication, the new year will show the somewhat tumultuous relationship between the Queen and the Prime Minister and the controversial political decisions that Thatcher imposes.
Another highlight, as already announced, is the entry of Princess Diana (Emma Corrin) in the plot. THE Prince Phillip (Josh O’Connor returns) meets his future wife in 1977, probably at the beginning of the season, where the couple marries in 1981.
The publication also states that other events that will be dealt with in the series in the fourth year will be the invasion of Buckingham Palace in the 1980s, where Michael Fagan (not yet climbed) managed to enter the Queen’s quarters while she slept.
The case had a lot of repercussions in the media.
Read our third year review here.
The Crown has no return forecast on Netflix.