Victoria Season 4: Release Date, Cast, New Season/Cancelled?

Victoria Season 4

From Crown to Spencer, there are several shows available on television as well as the OTT platforms that satisfy your curiosity for the royal family of Britain and their ancestors. The royal family has ruled Britain for a long time and the royals have always been the center of attraction not just for the public of Britain but the world in general. 

One such Popular show that showers light on the renowned former monarch of England, Queen Victoria is “Victoria”. The show is a historical drama that premiered on 28 August 2016 on ITV. The show revolves around the life of Queen Victoria and her family. It encompasses all the landmarks of her life, from her childhood to her coronation and the life after she became the queen of England. 

Show details:

TV Series: Victoria
Genre: History

Drama

Original run: 28 August 2016 –

12 May 2019

Producers Paul Frift

David Boulter

Daisy Goodwin

Dan McCulloch

Damien Timmer

Rebecca Eaton

Created by: Daisy Goodwin
Written by: Daisy Goodwin

Guy Andrews

Ottilie Wilford

Starcast: Jenna Coleman

Tom Hughes

Peter Bowles

Catherine Flemming

Daniela Holtz

Nell Hudson

Ferdinand Kingsley

Tommy Knight

Nigel Lindsay

Eve Myles

David Oakes

Paul Rhys

Adrian Schiller

Peter Firth

Alex Jennings

Rufus Sewell

Bebe Cave

Margaret Clunie

Tilly Steele

Leo Suter

Jordan Waller

Anna Wilson-Jones

Diana Rigg

Nicholas Audsley

Sabrina Bartlett

David Burnett

Kate Fleetwood

Vincent Regan

Lily Travers

John Sessions

Laurence Fox

Composers: Ruth Barrett
Original language: English

Victoria Season 4 Release Date

More about the show:

Victoria is a popular show belonging to the genre of history and drama. It has been created by Daisy Goodwin and written by Daisy Goodwin, Guy Andrews, and Ottilie Wilford. 

The show stars Jenna Coleman, Tom Hughes, Peter Bowles, Catherine Flemming, Daniela Holtz, Nell Hudson, Ferdinand Kingsley, Tommy Knight, Nigel Lindsay, Eve Myles, David Oakes, Paul Rhys, Adrian Schiller, Peter Firth, Alex Jennings, Rufus Sewell, Bebe Cave, Margaret Clunie, Tilly Steele, Leo Suter, Jordan Waller, Anna Wilson-Jones, Diana Rigg, Nicholas Audsley, Sabrina Bartlett, David Burnett, Kate Fleetwood, Vincent Regan, Lily Travers, John Sessions, and Laurence Fox. 

The Theme music composer of the show was Martin Phipps and its music composer was Ruth Barrett. The show was made in the United Kingdom in English and German. Victoria had 3 seasons and a total of 25 episodes. The Executive producers of the show were Daisy Goodwin, Dan McCulloch, Damien Timmer, and Rebecca Eaton. Its producers were Paul Frift and David Boulter. 

Each of its episodes was approximately 46–89 minutes long. The Production companies involved were Mammoth Screen and Masterpiece. The show ran from 28 August 2016 to 12 May 2019.

Plot:

Victoria is a show that is based on the life of Queen Victoria and covers most aspects of her life. It encompasses her roles as a monarch, as a wife, head of the family, as a mother, and a determined woman.

Characters:

  • Jenna Coleman featured in the role of Queen Victoria.
  • Tom Hughes featured in the role of Prince Consort Albert.
  • Peter Bowles featured in the role of the Duke of Wellington.
  • Catherine Flemming featured in the role of the Duchess of Kent.
  • Daniela Holtz featured in the role of  Baroness Lehzen.
  • Nell Hudson featured in the role of Nancy Skerrett.
  • Ferdinand Kingsley was featured in the role of Mr. Francatelli.
  • Tommy Knight was featured in the role of Archibald Brodie.
  • Nigel Lindsay was featured in the role of Sir Robert Peel.
  • Eve Myles featured in the role of Mrs. Jenkin.
  • David Oakes featured in the role of Prince Ernest.
  • Paul Rhys was featured in the role of Sir John Conroy.
  • Adrian Schiller featured in the role of Mr. Penge.
  • Peter Firth featured in the role of King Ernest Augustus.
  • Alex Jennings featured in the role of King Leopold.
  • Rufus Sewell featured in the role of Lord Melbourne.
  • Bebe Cave featured in the role of Wilhelmina Coke.
  • Margaret Clunie featured in the role of Harriet, Duchess of Sutherland.
  • Tilly Steele featured in the role of Miss Cleary.
  • Leo Suter featured in the role of Mr. Drummond.
  • Jordan Waller featured in the role of Lord Alfred Paget.
  • Anna Wilson-Jones featured in the role of Lady Emma Portman. 
  • Diana Rigg was featured in the role of the Duchess of Buccleuch.
  • Nicholas Audsley featured in the role of Charles, Duke of Monmouth.
  • Sabrina Bartlett featured in the role of Abigail Turner.
  • David Burnett featured in the role of Joseph Weld.
  • Kate Fleetwood featured in the role of Princess Feodora.
  • Bruno Wolkowitch and Vincent Regan featured in the role of King Louis Philippe.
  • Lily Travers featured in the role of Sophie, Duchess of Monmouth.
  • John Sessions featured in the role of Lord John Russell. 
  • Laurence Fox was featured in the role of Lord Palmerston.

Episodes:

The show had three seasons. The first season had eight episodes, the second one had eight episodes and a special episode, and the third season had eight episodes. 

  • The first episode was named Doll 123.
  • The second episode was named Ladies in Waiting.
  • The third episode was named Brocket Hall.
  • The fourth episode was named The Clockwork Prince.
  • The fifth episode was named An Ordinary Woman.
  • The sixth episode was named The Queen’s Husband.
  • The seventh episode was named The Engine of Change.
  • The eighth episode was named Young England.
  • The first episode of the second season was named A Soldier’s Daughter.
  • The second episode of the second season was named The Green-Eyed Monster.
  • The third episode of the second season was named Warp and Weft.
  • The fourth episode of the second season was named The Sins of the Father.
  • The fifth episode of the second season was named Entente Cordiale.
  • The sixth episode of the second season was named Faith, Hope & Charity.
  • The seventh episode of the second season was named The King Over the Water.
  • The eighth episode of the second season was named The Luxury of Conscience.

Will there be a season 4?

Ever since the third season of the show went off the air, fans have been waiting for its fourth installment or at least an announcement regarding its release. Talking about the same, Daisy Goodwin told a magazine that she is working on the script for the fourth season. She said that since people always have Wikipedia to know the story before it is told, it becomes tough for her to maintain the suspense. However, she did hint towards the fourth season being the darkest of all.