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It has been more than 20 months since The Crown season 2 dropped on Netflix (a.k.a. 613 days to those of us who have been marking the days off on the calendar). And while there’s been plenty of actual royal family news in that time—the birth of Prince Louis, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding, Princess Eugenie’s marriage to Jack Brooksbank, and the birth of Archie Mountbatten-Windsor to name a few—the royal event we’ve all most been looking forward to is the return of The Crown. Finally, season 3 has got a premiere date. Since making its premiere on November 4, 2016, the Netflix series—which won the 2017 Golden Globe for Best Drama and a handful of Emmys (including one for Claire Foy as Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series)—has become an indisputable hit. The streaming series, created by two-time Oscar nominee Peter Morgan, follows the reign of Queen Elizabeth II and the ups and downs of the royal family. Now that you’ve surely binge-watched the first two seasons, we’re looking ahead to season 3. Here’s everything we know about The Crown’s next season so far. 1. .


The Crown season 3 will premiere on November 17, 2019. [embedded content] After close to two years of waiting, Netflix surprised everyone on Monday, August 12th by dropping a very dramatic teaser for The Crown’s third season, which gave us a premiere date—November 17th—as well as a quick glimpse of our new Queen. 2. Olivia Colman will play queen elizabeth II. From the very beginning, creator Peter Morgan made it clear that each season of The Crown would cover roughly a decade of history, and that the cast would change for season three and again in season five (to more accurately represent the characters 20 and 40 years later). In October 2017, it was announced that Olivia Colman—who nabbed a Best Actress Oscar earlier this year for her work in The Favourite—would take over the role of Queen Elizabeth II. Though she might be best known to American audiences for her roles in Broadchurch and The Night Manager (the latter of which earned her a Golden Globe in 2017), Colman is no stranger to playing a member of the royal family. In addition to her award-winning role as Queen Anne in The Favourite, she played Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon—wife of King George VI ....

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