‘The Crown’: Meet the new Queen of England and when season 5 will premiere

Imelda Staunton plays Queen Elizabeth II in the last two seasons of the acclaimed Netflix series.

After two seasons with Olivia Colman as Queen Elizabeth II, The Crown take another leap in time with Imelda Staunton (Harry Potter) as the new Queen of England, as you can see in the ad that Netflix has launched during his first big fan event called TUDUM.

In the video, which you can see above these lines, Staunton explains that he is in the same filming set of the streaming giant’s series where he is in full swing. However, what is most striking is that it reveals when this long-awaited delivery will be released, which will be sometime in November 2022. So we have to wait a little over a year to be able to enjoy this delivery.

Season 5 ‘the Crown’ already has an actor for Dodi Al-Fayed

Nueva Reina also means a new cast to play much older characters, including Lesley Manville as Princess Margaret, Jonathan Pryce as Prince Philip, Elizabeth Debicki as Princess Diana or Dominic West as Prince Charles.

In this installment we will see the controversial separation of Diana and Carlos, their subsequent divorce and the tragic death of the Princess, one of the events that affected, not only the British monarchy or the British, if not millions of people at the level worldwide due to its fame, all in the late 90s.

It must be added that it returns Gillian Anderson como Margaret Thatcher, role with which she won the Emmy for best supporting actress after her appearance in the fourth season with Olivia Colman as the protagonist. In fact, The Crown He managed to win the Emmy for best series, best script, best direction and also win in the four acting categories.