The Crown Season 4 Will Start Premiering By November 15
One of the most expensive shows ever made by Netflix, cost of production alone exceeds $130 million dollars, yes you think right. The crown. The most questioned and puzzled monarchy in the world, the royal family of Britain. Crown season 4 is coming on Netflix in November 2020. According to the official site of Netflix, the show will launch by the mid of November, expectedly by the evening of November 15.
A Multi-Million-Dollar Historical Drama.‘The Crown’ describes the chronicles of ‘Queen Elizabeth II’ and provides a sneak peak into her personal life right from her marriage to Prince Philip and her unexpectedly early coronation as the queen after the sudden demise of her father- King George VI.
At a tender age, her young shoulders were burdened with the massive responsibility of the crown and as decades pass she evolves from this naïve young lady to strong women revered across the world. She faces a constant conflict between her duty to the crown and her role as a wife, daughter, sister and a mother. Huge sacrifices are made to preserve the integrity of the crown. Perpetually under public scrutiny they hardly enjoy any privacy.
Everything the royals say or do becomes a matter of public discussions and sometimes their actions are followed by a huge impact on the public. Pretty stringent, conservative rules are set and they are expected to behave in a certain way and hence they are surrounded by brilliant and experienced men who provide advises regarding what to say, eat, wear or even marry! As the years’ pass, the queen faces major historical crisis affecting the world, engages in world politics while simultaneously coping with a number of personal crisis too.
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Despite the artistic and narrative liberties taken, the scripts for each episode are written in a way that feels authentic to both the historical period and the characters themselves. The writing is well-nuanced with a good balance of sombreness, drama and the occasional humour. The Crown is beautifully and thoughtfully shot. The cinematography goes beyond the aesthetics and is cleverly used to build the tones of each scene. Adding on to the emotional heft of the show is the masterfully crafted score by Rupert Gregson-Williams and Lorne Balfe. Hanz Zimmer’s main theme is also worth a mention.