The Crown season 4 finishes filming
The corona virus outbreak luckily hasn't affected production.
Filming has officially wrapped on the upcoming fourth season of Netflix’s The Crown.
Amid the ongoing coronavirus epidemic, its production team moved the final date of shooting forward by a few days to finish earlier than originally planned.
A number of the streamer’s other immensely popular original shows, including The Witcher and Stranger Things, have been forced to halt production on their upcoming seasons due to the outbreak.
Season four of The Crown is expected to hit Netflix sometime in either November or December 2020 with British TV favourite Olivia Colman set to return as Queen Elizabeth II.
Tobias Menzies and Helena Bonham Carter will reprise their roles as Prince Philip and Princess Margaret, while Emma Corin and Gillian Anderson are set to join the cast as Princess Diana and controversial Prime Minister Magaret Thatcher respectively.
Although it’s not yet been confirmed by creator Peter Morgan, following the previous series’s timeline season four will likely explore events such as Falklands War, Thatcher’s turbulent time in office and the lavish wedding of Prince Charles (Josh O’Connor) and Princess Diana.
All three seasons of The Crown are available to stream on Netflix now.