Victoria is a British historical TV drama series created and written by Daisy Goodwin, featuring Jenna Coleman as Queen Victoria. The series debuted in the United Kingdom on ITV on 28 August 2016 with eight episodes, and in the United States on PBS on 15 January 2017; PBS upheld its production as a feature of the Masterpiece anthology. The series follows Victoria’s initial life, incorporating her relationship with her husband Albert and her political responsibilities from the 1830s to 1850s.
Widely praised historical drama ‘Victoria’ gets back to ITV for a third season with Jenna Coleman reprising her role as the young Queen, alongside Tom Hughes as Prince Albert. Created by Mammoth Screen as a co-production with Masterpiece, writer, and producer Daisy Goodwin says that fans can anticipate “more drama than any ever before” in the third season. Beginning in 1848, the third season of the lavish drama portrays a violent and uncertain time for both Europe and the monarchy. With revolution on the continent and the Chartist movement arriving at its top in London, Victoria is feeling the pressure from the government to leave London for her security.
Commended for its extravagant production values, Victoria has sold worldwide, making it one of ITV’s most high-rated and best shows. Filmed broadly across Yorkshire, the production features Yorkshire’s rich portfolio of all well-preserved stately homes and interesting period locations.
Where is Season 3 of Victoria Set?
Yet again, season three will follow Queen Victoria’s journals and picks up in 1848, which will see Queen Victoria (played by Jenna Coleman) and Prince Albert (Tom Hughes) dealing with issues inside their marriage as well as outside powers. The series will finish up with the Great Exhibition of 1951, which was hailed a triumph by individuals at that point. On top of this, the series will see the rise of Napoleon as well as meeting Victoria’s stepsister.
Talking about the show following its recommission in 2018, creator Daisy Goodwin explained: “Series three will begin in 1848, which was an enormously emotional and memorable time for both the royal family and Europe, with revolutions on the continents and vulnerability around the monarchy. Viewers can anticipate more drama than ever before in the third season.”
The cast of Victoria Season 3
Joining the leads, Laurence Fox (Lewis) plays alluring and unruly Foreign Secretary Lord Palmerston, while Tony and Olivier Award nominee Kate Fleetwood (Harlots) plays the role of Victoria’s mysterious sister Feodora, who makes a surprising return into the Queen’s life.
Actor and comedian John Sessions (The Loch) stars as Prime Minister John Russell, while Lily Travers (Kingsman) plays the Duchess of Monmouth. Nicholas Audsley (The White Princess), David Burnett (The Mummy), and Sabrina Bartlett (Versailles) additionally join the cast as new characters.
Where is Victoria Season 3 Filmed?
Victoria is filmed in the UK in different locations with those for season three, including Sefton Park for Liverpool and at various stately homes around Yorkshire. Lead star Coleman announced the season three shoot had wrapped up back in October 2018.
Yorkshire has served the 19th-century drama well because of its immense range of historic homes and period locations. Locations that are set to highlight prominently in the third series include Harewood House, Duncombe Park (subbing for the outsides of Buckingham Palace), Newby Hall, Wentworth Woodhouse, Brodsworth Hall (the insides of Osborne House; Queen Victoria’s loved home on the Isle of Wight), Carlton Towers, Bradford City Hall and Hull Old Town, which multiplied for 19th century London.
The ocean beach at Flamborough Headstands in for the Isle of Wight, with Temple Newsam likewise set to play a featuring role close by a range of memorable York Locations, like Fairfax House, Merchant Adventurers Hall, King’s Manor (University of York), York Crown Court (highlighting as Dublin City Hall) and The Eye of York.
Extra locations that feature in seasons 1 and 2 include Castle Howard, Beverley Minster (as Westminster Abbey), and Whitby. Church Fenton Yorkshire Studios gave the base to the central Buckingham Palace set.
Will There be Another Season Of Victoria
ITV hasn’t announced any info in regards to the fourth season of Victoria. While almost certainly, the network will commission the show for no less than one more season, an official statement has yet to be made. Whenever ITV confirms the fourth season, a release date ought not to be normal until next around -perhaps in March. Season four will most likely comprise less than 10 episodes.