The Crown returns with a new cast and a whole new decade of drama

The q screen panel discusses the third season of The Crown, which just dropped on Netflix last night.
In this image released by Netflix, Olivia Colman portrays Queen Elizabeth II in a scene from the third season of The Crown. (Sophie Mutevelian/Netflix via AP)

Every Monday the q screen panel convenes to look at the big stories happening in the film and television worlds. This week, host Tom Power is joined by arts and culture critic Lara Zarum and Refinery29's Kathleen Newman-Bremang to discuss the third season of The Crown, which just dropped on Netflix last night. Our panel shares their thoughts about the new season, which has secrets, scandals and, for the first time, a whole new cast that includes Olivia Colman and Helena Bonham Carter.

— Produced by ​Cora Nijhawan

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