We Have More Of An Idea Of When The New Season Of The Crown Will Be Released
The Crown is one of the most anticipated shows to return to Netflix.
The third season of the show is said to be ready for release in the second half of 2019 according to Deadline.
Therefore the third installment of the show is to be unveiled anytime between July and December which will mean it will have been more than 18 months since season two was released.Reports suggest that Netflix have confirmed the news in a letter to it's investors in their quarterly financial reports.
The news comes after the latest casting for the show based on the life of the Royal Family. Emma Corin has been cast as Lady Diana Spencer with Josh O'Connor playing Prince Charles.
Academy Award winner Olivia Coleman will take over the role of Queen Elizabeth from Claire Foy and Tobias Menzies will replace Matt Smith as Prince Phillip. Helena Bonham Carter will play Princess Margaret after Vanessa Kirby's stint in the show ended.
Other shows that will return to Netflix later in the year will be 13 Reasons Why, Orange Is The New Black, The Witcher and Stranger Things.
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