Where can I buy The Crown season 2 on DVD?
- Format: DVD, Region 1
- Number of Disc: 3
- Genre: Historical
- Starring: Vanessa Kirby, Victoria Hamilton, Claire Foy
- Studio: Sony Pictures
- Language and Subtitles: English
Is The Crown season 2 on DVD yet?
The second season of The Crown follows the life and reign of Queen Elizabeth II. It consists of ten episodes and was released by Netflix on 8 December 2017. Claire Foy stars as Elizabeth, with main cast members Matt Smith, Vanessa Kirby, Jeremy Northam, Greg Wise, Victoria Hamilton, Alex Jennings and Lia Williams reprising their roles from the first season. Anton Lesser and Matthew Goode are added to the main cast. Original main cast members Jared Harris, John Lithgow, and Ben Miles also return in cameo appearances.
Is there a season 2 of The Crown?
Beginning with soldiers in Her Majesty’s Armed Forces fighting an illegal war in Egypt, and ending with the downfall of her third Prime Minister, Harold Macmillan after a devastating scandal, the second season bears witness to the end of the age of deference, and ushers in the revolutionary era of the 1960s. The Crown traces the life of Queen Elizabeth II from her wedding in 1947 through to the present day. Season two covers the period between 1956 and 1964. Claire Foy continues to portray the Queen, and the season covers the Suez Crisis in 1956, the retirement of the Queen’s third Prime Minister Harold Macmillan in 1963, following the Profumo affair political scandal, and the births of Prince Andrew in 1960 and Prince Edward in 1964. The season also features John F. Kennedy, Jackie Kennedy and Lord Altrincham.
Where can I watch the new season of The Crown?
In February 1957, Elizabeth and Philip discuss the state of their marriage onboard the HMY Britannia in Lisbon, Portugal; both acknowledge divorce is not an option. Five months earlier, as Philip prepares to embark on his royal tour, Elizabeth becomes convinced he is having an affair after finding a photograph of ballerina Galina Ulanova in his briefcase. At 10 Downing Street, Chancellor of the Exchequer Harold Macmillan challenges Eden’s solution to Egypt’s takeover of the Suez Canal but ultimately agrees to military intervention. Mountbatten tells Elizabeth about the plan, and she confronts Eden after learning Israel has invaded Sinai. Eden reveals the invasion was not only planned but part of a secret agreement between the Israeli, French and British governments to reclaim the Suez Canal without approval from Parliament or the United Nations. Elizabeth reluctantly gives her support and British forces begin moving into Egypt.