Netflix accidentally posts full trailer for The Crown season 3 – teasing darkest episodes yet

NETFLIX has accidentally posted a full trailer for The Crown season 3 – which teased the darkest episodes yet.

The hit drama returns next month on November 17, with Olivia Colman taking over the role of Queen Elizabeth from Claire Foy.

 

However Netflix Japan accidentally shared a series three trailer on its YouTube channel on Sunday, before being set back to private, but it didn't go unnoticed by fans.

Those who did manage catch it saw the Queen questioning her time on the throne in solemn scenes while a version of Bob Dylan's These Times Are A-Changin' played in the background.

The Queen is seen preparing for her Silver Jubilee to mark 25 years on the throne in 1977, but rather than feeling happy about the milestone, the Monarch seems down.

She is heard saying: "This country was still great when I came to the throne, all that's happened on my watch is that the place has fallen apart."


The 1970s were a rough decade indeed, with the country divided over the miners' strike in 1972 and again in 1974 during the Three-Day Week, when electricity was rationed to three days a week.

Meanwhile her sister Princess Margaret – played by Helena Bonham Carter – is married to Lord Snowdon, but their relationship turns sour as things get violent.

The history books show the couple went through a scandalous divorce in 1978, yet another stress for the Queen and the Royal Family to bear.

The Monarch also has to deal with eldest son Prince Charles arguing with her ahead of his presentation as the Prince of Wales.

Charles falls in love with Camilla Parker-Bowles and is torn between her and his Royal duty, but during the row, the Queen hints he isn't the only one who has had to make sacrifices in their life.

Earlier this month, Olivia, 45, revealed the Queen's grandson, Prince William, doesn't watch the show.

The pair met and William, 37, told Olivia he was aware she was playing his grandma – but refuses to watch the show.

Olivia told The Times: “He said, ‘I know what you’re doing here.’ I asked, ‘Do you watch it?’ He said, ‘No, I don’t.’”

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