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The Crown: Netflix Announces Season 3 Premiere Date with New Teaser

The Crown: Netflix Announces Season 3 Premiere Date with New Teaser

The Crown comes back for its third season on Netflix on November 17.

The Crown is finally coming back!

Netflix shared a snippet of Colman in character in a tweet on Monday. Colman, of course, fills the royal shoes of Claire Foy, who won a Golden Globe and an Emmy, among other honours, for her portrayal of the queen in seasons one and two. Menzies - who plays that piece of shit in Outlander - takes over Matt Smith's role as Prince Philip. Marion Bailey (Allied) plays the Queen Mother. Anne ruled from 1702 until her death in 1714.

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Some are already stanning Colman as the queen. At the end of the trailer, Colman turns toward the screen and is seen straight on through what appears to be a crack in a door. Oscar victor Olivia Colman steps into the role of Queen Elizabeth II (previously portrayed by Claire Foy, who won an Emmy for her performance), while Tobias Menzies takes over for Matt Smith as Prince Philip and Helena Bonham Carter steps in for Vanessa Kirby as Princess Margaret. I'm also curious if the show will continue to feel like The Crown, or if Season 3 will seem like a reset of sorts since they've now got a new cast. The first season cost a rumoured £100m to make.

The upcoming season will start in 1964 and include events such as the Beatles' rise to fame and England winning the World Cup in 1966. This won't be the final season of the show either.

"I do know some of the secrets, yeah, which I probably can't say anything about, but we're very excited to show people", he said.