Netflix Sets Premiere Date For The Crown Season Two

Bruno Cirelli
Agosto 13, 2017

It's not all sunshine and rainbows for the blissful couple, however, as the Queen reflects on being publicly embarrassed following clams she betrayed Philip by adding a lengthy royal tour overseas to his Australia visit to help him "adjust" to life in her shadow.

After a whirlwind first season that saw Claire Foy and Matt Smith encapsulate the Queen and Prince Philip's characters in their onscreen portrayals, The Crown is back with a second season just in time for Christmas.

The series will also cover the birth of their other children, Princes Andrew and Edward.

Despite having different prime ministers and going through controversies in the first season, the queen still managed to keep her monarchy together and her government in check. In the new season, she will be more of a self-assured and calculating leader which will give her more allowance to deal with personal and familial relationships.

The second series will also see another new face in terms of Princess Margaret's bohemian photographer husband, Tony Armstrong-Jones, played by Matthew Goode.

"The Crown" walked away with a Golden Globe win for Foy as well as a handful of Emmy nominations.

Netflix releases first look photos at the second series of Peter Morgan's royal drama "The Crown", and announces the upcoming series will debut on Friday, December 8 in all territories where Netflix is available. That said, she noted, "The world's changing faster than anyone can catch up with".

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