Where can I buy The Crown season 3 on DVD?
- Format: DVD, Region 1
- Number of Disc: 4
- Genre: Historical
- Starring: Claire Foy,Matt Smith,Vanessa Kirby,Eileen Atkins
- Studio: Sony Pictures
- Language and Subtitles: English
Is The Crown season 3 on DVD yet?
Season three of The Crown is going to be hitting screens very soon now with a brand-new cast starring as The Royal Family. Netflix has now dropped a teaser after a new trailer was accidentally leaked online. Although fans waited some time for season two, which came out in 2017, there could be less of a wait for the fourth instalment. Reports suggest filming has already commenced. Express.co.uk has everything you need to know about the new series of The Crown.
Is there a season 3 of The Crown?
Season three covers the time period between 1964 and 1977, beginning with Harold Wilson’s election as prime minister and ending with the Silver Jubilee of Elizabeth II. Events depicted include the unmasking of the Queen’s art adviser Sir Anthony Blunt as a Soviet spy, Harold Wilson and Edward Heath’s respective terms as prime minister, the Aberfan disaster, the Apollo 11 moon landing, the 1969 Investiture of Prince Charles, the death of the Duke of Windsor, the death and state funeral of Winston Churchill, and Princess Margaret’s affair with Roddy Llewellyn and her suicide attempt that leads to divorce from Tony Armstrong-Jones. US President Lyndon B. Johnson and Camilla Shand also feature.
Where can I watch the new season of The Crown?
In 1964, as Britain welcomes new Prime Minister Harold Wilson, Elizabeth hears rumours that Wilson is working for the KGB under the alias “Olding”. She rebuffs them as gossip but learns from a dying Winston Churchill that he was suspicious of Wilson during his time as Prime Minister. Margaret, now Countess of Snowdon, suffers a failing marriage to Tony. The following year, while at Churchill’s funeral, Elizabeth witnesses Wilson engage in conversation with Russians. In Washington, D.C., a sleeper agent informs the Department of Justice of a KGB mole inside Buckingham Palace. Elizabeth later discovers that her art advisor, Sir Anthony Blunt, is the mole but decides to keep the truth secret for fear of reputational damage. Philip confronts Blunt and finds he knows about the Profumo affair.