It appears that Victoria, the ITV period drama, has been put on hold while fans wait for the much-anticipated fourth season (for now, at least).
There are present “no plans” for a fourth season, but the network has said that there’s no reason why it couldn’t happen “at a later point.”.
There are no plans to film Victoria right now, but it doesn’t mean the production team won’t revisit the series at a later date, said ITV in July 2021.
Victoria actor Jenna Coleman (The Serpent), who earlier hinted at the possibility of many more seasons, said at the beginning of 2021 that she was in talks for a fourth season — and then hinted that there may be many more.
Even while she admits that recasting an older actress might be more viable in the future, the 34-year-old actress believes she can play this role until she is well into her sixties.
According to the Mirror in 2021, she stated that “at the moment, there is only a certain age that I could take it to—unless I am in prosthetics every day for hours on end.”
Perhaps season four negotiations could begin within a year or so?
For the Fourth Season, Will Victoria Be Back?
At least for the time being, ITV has indicated as of July 2021 that there are “no plans” to bring Victoria back to the show.
Jenna Coleman, the show’s star, revealed in May 2019 that the series would “take a pause” following the season three cliffhanger conclusion.
But the actress said in August 2020, “I’m waiting until I age a bit more” before she was receptive to repeating her part. Too much fantastic material exists to not continue the series.
We’ve put together a comprehensive guide to Black Friday 2021 and Cyber Monday 2021 to help you obtain the greatest discounts possible this year.
The Premiere Date for the Fourth Season of Victoria
Daisy Goodwin, the show’s creator, has announced that there will be the fourth season of Victoria, but we don’t know when it will air. When new information becomes available, we’ll be sure to pass it along to you.
The Season 4 Plot of Victoria
Because the third season finished with Prince Albert’s spectacular fall to the floor of Buckingham Palace (spoiler alert! ), the door is wide open for the fourth season of Victoria.
Prince Albert is expected to survive this health emergency unless Daisy Goodwin deviates from real-life history. Series three ended in 1851, the year of the Great Exhibition, which means that he will die in 1861, ten years after we last saw him.
Prince Leopold and Princess Beatrice, Queen Victoria’s final two children, were born in the post-1851 years. They witnessed the ascent of Lord Palmerston to the position of Prime Minister as well as the commencement of the Crimean War.
But Coleman’s remarks do suggest that Victoria may jump ahead in time a little bit. Additionally, both Coleman and Tom Hughes (Prince Albert) may choose to step down from their roles and give them to elder performers…
Is Jenna Coleman Going to Get a New Role?
With seven children on the program now, “there’s definitely a point where it becomes not feasible anymore,” Coleman said on Graham Norton’s show. He says, “I’ve just matched her and my ages.”
There will come a time when I will have to [to be recast],” the actress admitted when asked about the possibility. In reality, the concept that I’ll be playing Victoria and meeting Abdul isn’t really realistic.
Even as she gets older, she’ll find it difficult to part with it. Her impatience, straightness, and inability to disguise her feelings are becoming more and more like her.
For actors, it “presents a number of obstacles, and it is difficult to give it up after you have gone it so far.”)
A Trip to the Isle of Wight Is on the Agenda for Victoria!
Author Daisy Goodwin told Radio Times that she already knows the topics to be addressed in series four and that Coleman and co-star Tom Hughes would not be replaced just yet in the Victoria ensemble.
“I know where the series is headed, it’s all there,” she exclaimed. “I’m looking forward to the new season. “We’ll have to recast at some point, but hopefully not right now.”