Scenes from ‘The Crown’ Season 4 Weren’t Filmed Due to the Coronavirus Shutdown

From Harper’s BAZAAR

After The Crown Season 3 arrived on Netflix last fall, fans have been eagerly looking forward to its fourth season—and the long-awaited arrival of Princess Diana. As the royal family enters the 1980s, fans can expect to see more of the Princess (and Prince) of Wales and the queen’s dynamic with Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in the upcoming episodes. Here’s everything we know about Season 4 thus far.

1 | Season 4 reportedly began filming in August 2019.

Olivia Colman revealed during the 2019 Oscars in February that Season 4 would begin filming that August, per Yahoo. Additionally, Backstage, a career resource for actors, had a notice on its site about Season 4 filming from August 2019 to February 2020.

Additionally, an announcement on The Crown‘s Twitter page on Thursday, April 11, confirmed Season 4 of the series would begin filming later in 2019.


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scenes from a remarkable graduation day

As an early summer sun beat down over a brick school building, red sequins on an outdoor stage rippled in the gentle breeze and Dr James Henderson took a minute to adjust his robe and facemask in the reflection of a car mirror.

Henderson, superintendent of Holmes County Consolidated school district in the Mississippi delta, approached the lectern in front of a line of cars daubed in balloons and handwritten messages of support.

He cleared his breath. Lowered his mask. And boomed into a microphone over the hum of car engines. “I now confirm that you, the 2020 Holmes County Central high school class, are completers of high school in the great state of Mississippi. Congratulations to my graduates,” he said.

A muted round of applause seemed to evaporate into the open air, before Pomp and Circumstance blasted over the loudspeakers to a near empty parking lot.

In the time

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