Fans can rejoice since the new season of Netflix's The Crown has returned for season four. We're checking in with Ranker.com for an inside look of the new season and what else is WatchWorthy.


We know the new season of The Crown is a must watch that features the return of Olivia Colman as Queen Elizabeth II. Colman earned a Golden Globe for her performance in season three. The new season will introduce Princess Diana played by Emma Corrin and former prime minster of the United Kingdom, Margaret Thatcher played by Gillian Anderson, two women who had a major impact on British culture and politics. For fans of The Crown Ranker.com and WatchWorthy have the perfect recommendations for you.

Gentleman Jack

Be sure to check out Gentleman Jack on HBO starring Suranne Jones as Anne Lister. This underrated period piece is about Lister living in 1832 hoping to protect her family's wealth and property by marrying another woman, Ann Walker played by Sophie Rundle.

The first season can be viewed on HBO Max.

The Great

Another show that isn't your ordinary period piece is the comedy series The Great telling the story of European royalty however, this series is not so historically accurate as The Crown. The series is about Catherine The Great, the empress of Russia played by Elle Fanning and also stars Nicholas Hoult.

The first season of The Great can be viewed on Hulu.

If you are looking for more exciting show recommendations, visit Ranker.com and the Watchworthy App!

BECOME
AN INSIDER!
By clicking "Subscribe", you agree to the Privacy Policy and Terms of Use.

Bernie Sanders

As Bernie Sanders sat there on inauguration day looking like a dad who came to see your soccer game, he struck a chord with the heart of the internet, turning that image of him sitting there in those mittens into everything from Renaissance paintings to popular TV shows.

KEEP READING Show less

Celebrity Page TV

Selena Gomez

Yesterday was truly a historic day for the United States, as the Trump administration leaves DC, a new era of American government and policy is underway as President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris get to work. Most of us probably tuned into the news for the entire day, and for good reason. What took place yesterday shouldn't be taken for granted, as a peaceful transition of power is the cornerstone of the republic. Now that the new administration is fully underway, let's all take a deep breath, relax, and watch some TV. Here's what we're watching today, January 21st.

KEEP READING Show less