Tumultuous times are ahead for the British Monarchy in the upcoming chapter of the hit Netflix-produced award-winning saga The Crown. Following Season One’s much critical acclaim and a vast acquiring of fans worldwide during its debut in November 2016, Netflix is set to debut yet another season. And the release of the first full-length trailer for Season Two already has teased the masses, preparing them for what appears to be a difficult road ahead.
Season Two is set between 1956 and 1963 and sees the return of fan favourites Claire Foy and Matt Smith in their final season as Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip whose relationship as husband and wife will be tested this season with issues of rank and willfulness rising to the rocky surface.
Also returning for Season Two is Vanessa Kirby as Princess Margaret, whose controversial affairs of the heart with Captain Peter Townsend (Ben Miles) as portrayed in Season One must be put in the past when another love enters her life in the form of photographer Antony Armstrong-Jones (Matthew Goode).
With subtle hints from the newly-released trailer, this season will also touch on some of the chaotic political scenery of that time, bringing to light the events of the Suez Crisis while also seeing state visits from United States President John F. Kennedy (Michael C. Hall) and First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy (Jodi Balfour).
As previously announced, The Crown is planned to return for four more seasons following the current season. Sixty episodes of this six-season epic are scheduled for its eventual completion. British actress Olivia Colman has been cast to portray The Queen in seasons three and four with other new cast members yet to be announced.
Witness the change of times through the eyes of the monarchy via The Crown Season Two coming to Netflix in its entirety for instant streaming 8 December 2017.