The historical drama has always caught the fantasy of many viewers and this British drama is no different. After the conclusion of the third season, fans have been waiting for the news of “Victoria Season 4”.
The British historical TV series debuted in the United Kingdom on 28th August 2016 on ITV. It was eight episodes long. It aired in the United States on 15th January 2017 on PBS. Daisy Goodwin is the creator and one of the main writers of the series.
Release Date Of “Victoria Season 4”
There is yet to be an official announcement for the fourth season. The members of the show’s cast revealed some details about the fourth season. The cast has already started performing on the scripts of the fourth season. But it is likely that the season will be delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Fans might expect the season somewhere in 2021 or early 2022.
The Plot Of The Series
The series revolves around the reign of Queen Victoria. The first season followed Queen Victoria’s ascent to the throne to her early marriage and the birth of her first child.
The second revolves around her struggles to balance her queenly role as the youngest monarch. It also shows various crises like the Anglo-Afghan war, the 1840s famine in Ireland among others.
The third season revolves around the royal monarchs approaching their 30s and show Victoria and Albert navigating various difficulties in their marriage.
The fourth season is likely to set in 1851. There are also rumors of a character dying in the upcoming season.
The Cast Of the Show
The cast of the show includes
- Jenna Coleman as Queen Victoria
- Tom Hughes as Prince Consort Albert
- Peter Bowles as the Duke of Wellington
- Catherine Flemming as the Duchess of Kent
- Daniela Holtz as Baroness Lehzen
- Nell Hudson as Nancy Skerrett
- Ferdinand Kingsley as Mr. Francatelli
- Tommy Knight as Archibald Brodie
- Nigel Lindsay as Sir Robert Peel
- Eve Myles as Mrs. Jenkins
- David Oakes as Prince Ernest
- Paul Rhys as Sir John Conroy
- Adrian Schiller as Mr. Penge
- Peter Firth as King Ernest Augustus
- Alex Jennings as King Leopold
- Rufus Sewell as Lord Melbourne
- Bebe Cave as Wilhelmina Coke
- Margaret Clunie as Harriet, Duchess of Sutherland
- Tilly Steele as Miss Cleary
- Leo Suter as Mr. Drummond
- Jordan Waller as Lord Alfred Paget
- Anna Wilson-Jones as Lady Emma Portman
- Diana Rigg as the Duchess of Buccleuch
- Nicholas Audsley as Charles
- Sabrina Bartlett as Abigail Turner
- David Burnett as Joseph Weld