Published: Thu, August 10, 2017
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

The Crown Gets Season 2 Premiere Date

The Crown Gets Season 2 Premiere Date

Picking up Queen Elizabeth II's story 10 years into her reign, the second season takes us into the latter half of the Sixties.

Four first-look photos have also arrived for The Crown season two featuring Claire Foy as Queen Elizabeth and Matt Smith as Prince Philip.

The Queen will be making her royal return to Netflix this Christmas and we've got the trailer to prove it.

Fans of the show are eager to watch the next installment, which is due to follow the British monarchy through the '50s and '60s, and thanks to Entertainment Weekly, we finally have a first look at Season 2. The first season explored her life from the beginning her marriage in 1947 through her first years on the throne.

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Heavy is the head who wears The Crown, especially as humiliating rumors swirl 'round Queen Elizabeth II in a teaser video for Season 2 of Netflix's royal drama.

And it's not just professional relationships, the trailer hints that there's trouble ahead with her mother, and her sister's romance with the Earl of Snowdon. "Not one has lasted the course", she says in the trailer. The Crown was nominated for 13 Emmys, including ones for Outstanding Actress for Foy, Supporting Actor for John Lithgow and the biggest of them all for Drama Series.

She is about to make her own way in the world, starting a relationship with high-society photographer, Toby Armstrong-Jones (Matthew Goode), which is nearly certain to cause controversy with the famous family.

The trailer reveals first glimpses of newcomers to the cast, including Downton Abbey star Matthew Goode as Lord Snowdon, and Dexter's Michael C Hall as USA president John F Kennedy.

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