Sunday, November 15, 2020

The Crown season 4 TV billboards...

The Crown season 4 billboard
Just as the real Queen Elizabeth II is Britain's longest-reigning monarch, Netflix's lavish historical Royal Family drama The Crown continues its reign as must-see television on the streaming platform.
Crown season 4 billboard
In this fourth season change will challenge tradition in a time period that spans from 1977 to 1990, and introduces the infamous Lady Diana Spencer (played by Emma Corrin) and is set during Margaret Thatcher's (Gillian Anderson) government rule as leader of the British Conservative Party.
Crown season 4 billboard
With Imelda Staunton already cast as the Queen in the show's fifth season, these will be the final episodes starring Golden Globe winner Olivia Colman as the sovereign.

She's one again joined by Helena Bonham Carter as her enigmatic sister, Princess Margaret, Tobias Menzies as Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, Josh O'Connor as her eldest son, heir apparent and Diana's future husband, Prince Charles and Erin Doherty as her only daughter, Princess Anne.
Crown season 4 billboard
These season four billboards are far more glamorous than previous season key art and were photographed reigning in the skies above Sunset Boulevard and Santa Monica Boulevard from November 10 to 11, 2020.
Crown season 4 billboard
Lovers of the royal drama can also enjoy these previous season promo and awards consideration billboards for The Crown.
Crown season 4 billboard
Gillian Anderson fans can also enjoy these billboards for The X-Files and these Crisis billboards, whilst for more Olivia Colman check out this movie billboard for The Favourite and these billboards for The Night Manager.
Crown season 4 billboard
Expect sparks to fly between the head of the British Royal Family and the head of her government in this new decade-spanning season, but don't presume that you'll see the actual wedding between Charles and Diana (which was already watched by 750 million viewers around the world), although we're sure there'll be insights and drama aplenty.

Long live The Crown (and try not to binge it too quickly, as this series is best savoured over time like a fine wine).
Crown season 4 billboard

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