Last season 4 Netflix completed packaging production
Earlier this week, Crown announced that filming would continue in the fourth season, although most TV production was temporarily suspended due to the continuing threat from the COVID-19 pandemic. EW reports that the historical drama, directed by Olivia Coleman, directed by Netflix, was able to end production a few days earlier than planned.
The production company and Netflix decided to continue their production for another week in the fourth season of the series because they had to tie a few loose threads before continuing to full post-production.
In the third season of The Crown, all the players got older, including Tobias Menzies, who played Matt Smith, who played Prince Philip in the first two seasons. Prince Charles and Princess Anne also grew old, with Josh O’Connor and Erin Doherty playing this role. Jillian Anderson will play Margaret Thatcher with Emerald Fennel, who plays Camilla Parker Bowles.
The third season of the Crown, which was held in 1964 and 1972, covered major events in British history, such as the affair of Princess Margaret with Roddy Lowell, the political revival of Margaret Thatcher, and the launch of Camilla Parker Bowles. Season 3 and 4 of the series were shot together.
This series tells the inner story of the reign of Queen Elizabeth II. When a fragile social order formed after the collapse of the Second World War. Based on an award-winning “The Audience,” the series reunites creator/writer Peter Morgan (The Queen, Frost/Nixon) with director Stephen Daldry (Billy Elliot, The Hours) and producer Andy Harries (The Queen).
Season 1-3 of The Crown can now be broadcast on Netflix.