The Crown just dominated the Golden Globes with a couple of awards and it looks like there are more to come. In fact, the show's creator Peter Morgan teased what in store in the coming chapter and the possible The Crown Season 3 and their plans for the next chapters.
At the backstage of the Golden Globe press room, the 53-year-old film writer addressed the issues that the biographical drama will run up to six or seven seasons. He then said that it is not funny and simply painful to write something about someone "with a long life" which story "goes on and on."
However, in The Crown Season 3, Morgan revealed that fans may not continue to see Claire Foy as the young Queen Elizabeth II. According to Yahoo TV, the playwright might employ a new set of the cast after the second season.
By then, the current stars will already reach the limit of portraying their roles as the first two seasons of the show will only tackle the two decades of the monarch's life. Although it will still take long before that happens as they haven't talked about it yet with Netflix.
Moreover, in an interview with Hollywood Reporter, Morgan also revealed that he is eyeing for the show to only have three chapters. The first one will cover Queen Elizabeth's life as the young sovereign, the second one will be her middle-aged life story while The Crown Season 3 will feature her tale as the old head of state.
On the other hand, as Queen Elizabeth's life story is too colorful and beefy to tell, Morgan admitted that he needs more time by just writing it. "The truth of the matter is, I could've written three or even four seasons of her as the Young Queen. I did get to the point where I thought, 'Actually no, let's leave it on the knife's edge of Suez','' he explained.
It has been known that Suez Crisis is the changing point of the Great Britain and the country was never been the same after the event took place. Hence, this will be the plot story of the second season and fans still have to watch out what to expect in The Crown Season 3.