The Crown Season 3 Release: Emerald Fennell Will Play Camilla
The Crown’s second season certainly lived up to the expectations, and if you’ve binge-watched it already, you’re probably looking for anything that you can find about the third season of the show.
Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. In this post, we’ll be discussing everything that we know about the show so far. This post may contain spoilers from the upcoming season of the show, so make sure that you continue only if you don’t want to get spoiled, or skip to the release date part.
However, if spoilers don’t bother you, we can get started. As you may know, the third season is going to be pivotal for the show, and a continuation will be there. There so no way the show is going to end with just two, or even three seasons. An extension has already been confirmed, so for those of you who were worried about the future of the show, don’t be.
As far as season 3 release date goes, we’re told that the show will premiere late in 2019. BBC has already confirmed that work on Season 3 and Season 4 is being done simultaneously.
In my opinion, we will see The Crown Season of 3 air in Summer, or Fall of 2019. The show will probably not come out before that. I also don’t expect the show to get a trailer until a few months from now.
Coming over to the updates, it’s been revealed that Emerald Fennell will appear in the third season as Camilla Parker Bowls, and fans are excited for this. The show is also going to recast most of its characters as we head into season 3.
Although nobody does it, we’re going to see it happen with this show, and honestly, that’s a decision that could backfire, or lead to the show becoming better than before. I’m a bit wary of that.
Are you excited for the Crown Season 3? Let me know your thoughts in the comments section!
For those of you who are wondering whether The Crown will continue beyond season 3, the answer is yes. The fourth season of the show is expected to be under writing right now. There is even speculation that the fourth season of the show might drop a bit earlier than what is expected due to the work beginning a bit sooner.
Along with that, we know that there are going to be at least six seasons in total for The Crown. The can be even more, but we don’t believe that the season count will fall below six. That’s always great news for the fans, and we expect the show to maintain consistency throughout all the remaining seasons as well.