Here's Your First Look At Netflix's 'The Crown' Season 2!

Claudine Rigal
Août 13, 2017

Michele Clapton, a three-time Emmy victor for her work on "Game of Thrones", told WWD a year ago that she was given a "decent" budget for the first season and worked to recreate the more famous, public moments in the Queen's life, which are highly recognizable, and took creative liberties when it came to the unknown personal life scenes.

The series will also cover the birth of their other children, Princes Andrew and Edward.

Netflix has announced the debut date for second season of their Emmy-nominated drama The Crown. "I've learnt more about humiliation in the past few weeks than I hoped I would in a lifetime".

A further divide between them emerges when the monarch lands in a foreign country and greets people, with Philip stood sheepishly behind her as if he didn't belong.

After the successful first season of "The Crown", the show about the Queen of England will be coming back in December for a second installment detailing more about her personal life.

Season two also introduces the characters of President John F. Kennedy and First Lady Jackie Kennedy, who, it was reported earlier this spring, will be played by Michael C. Hall and Jodi Balfour.

Teasing that there will be drama to come from the new marriage, creator Peter Morgan previously said: "Tony is everything the palace isn't; seductive, dangerous, risqué". There is no letup. "She just keeps having to go from one crisis to another to another, and at some point, it's about five crises at the same time and you have no idea how she manages to get up in the morning".

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