'The Crown' Season 2 Sets Premiere Date on Netflix, Releases First Trailer

The Trailer for The Crown Season 2 Is Here

Why Didn't They Just Make The Crown About Princess Margaret?

The acclaimed Netflix series is coming back to our small screens before the end of the year, and the studio just released the first trailer to tide us over in the meantime. We saw the adjustment struggles she faced when her father died and being crowned the Queen, but the struggles were very real for everyone around her too including her sister (Princess Margaret), Philip and the Prime Minister at that time, Winston Churchill.

You can check out first images from Season 2 below.

The second season will cover the second decade of Queen Elizabeth's reign.

In its second season, #Netflix's most expensive series to date will resume telling the story of Queen Elizabeth's reign on December 8, and the trailer already teases more royal scandals and political crisis for Liz to contend with. Queen Liz is notoriously private, so any glimpse into her private life, even a fictionalized version, was a call few could resist.

"The rumors still have not gone away", Foy's Queen Elizabeth says in the new trailer. It gives us our first look at Matthew Goode in action as photographer the Earl of Snowdon, as well as Michael C Hall's US President John F Kennedy. In addition, Netflix announced The Crown's second season will premiere on Friday, December 8, 2017, with all of the season's episodes available immediately for binge-watching. "Not one has lasted the course". "She realizes that but then the world is changing around her and she can't keep up really - and the monarchy can't keep up", the British actress revealed. Claire Foy, who won a Golden Globe for her performance as the monarch, reprises her role for one final season, as does Matt Smith.

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