The Crown : a trailer for royal under tension for season 2 of the series Netflix

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The series the Crown returns to the heart of the royalty of britain with a season 2, on the 8th of December on Netflix.

Netflix is in the process of making a carton with the second season of Stranger Things, surpassing the praise of its first season was released during the summer of 2016. We’re not going to lie to you by saying that the brothers Duffer have, once again, succeeded in their coup and that the success is well deserved.

In a few weeks, another series of the streaming platform will return with a season 2 : The Crown. The show royal looks back at the life of the queen of the United Kingdom, Elizabeth II, to her marriage in 1947 to our days. A trailer for season 2 has just been unveiled.

 

 

Planned on a pattern of six seasons, The Crown has a well-established plan. The first season was about the meeting between the princess Elizabeth (Claire Foy) and her future husband Philip Mountbatten (Matt Smith), his accession to the throne as well as his first months as Queen and his relations with Prime minister Winston Churchill (incredible John Lithgow).

Starting with the illegal war in Egypt and ending with the fall of his third Prime minister, Harold Macmillan, after a scandal devastating, the second season shows the end of the age of deference and introduced the revolutionary era of the 1960s. It will also advance the legitimate heir to the throne, the young Prince Charles, and his education. We can see that tensions and jealousies towards her are at the centre of this trailer.

The meeting between the royal couple and the presidential couple Kennedy will also be the culmination of some episodes.

 

Summit meeting at Buckingham Palace

 

This season 2 arrives in full on Netflix on December 8. It will stage a last time the beautiful Claire Foy in the skin of Elizabeth II. For the season 3 and season 4, the actress Olivia Colman will take over. As explained by the producer Andrew Eaton a year ago, the cast will be replaced for seasons 3 and 4 and then seasons 5 and 6, in order to be able to age the Queen and the rest of his entourage.

The first season of The Crown was a very nice surprise, a remarkable power and with a staging height of its budget to the dementia (130 million dollars for 10 episodes). Winner of two Golden Globes in early 2017, including best drama series in front of Stranger Things or Game of Thrones, season 2 will therefore be to monitor very closely.

 

 

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