‘The Crown’, the British historical drama series about the ups and downs of queen Elizabeth II, has its Iron Lady: Gillian Anderson (‘The X Files’, ‘The Fall’, ‘Hannibal’) will be in the shoes of prime minister Margaret Thatcher in the fourth season of the prestigious series on Netflix. That announces The Sunday Times.
For the upcoming third season is a castwissel carried out: Olivia Colman will play the leading role of queen Elizabeth II play, after Claire Foy two seasons with verve, the British monarch had played.
Anderson is well-known for her starring role of FBI agent Dana Scully in ‘The X-Files’, which they also for the reboot of Fox re-recorded. She is currently still to be seen on Netflix in the Uk comedyserie ‘Sex Education’. The casting of Anderson as Thatcher indicates that the fourth season may be in the 80’s, will play. Netflix lost provisional nothing about a possible release date.
Thatcher wrote history as the first female prime minister of Great Britain and was known as a steadfast, stubborn and unrelenting, which, in 1976, the nickname Iron Lady or the Iron Lady yielded. The leader of the Conservatives fought in 1982, a short conflict with Argentina, when that country the British falkland islands invaded. She died in 2013 at age 87.