British television series Victoria may be all set to return for a fourth season. Daisy Goodwin is the creator and writer of the show which traces the life of the famous British monarch Queen Victoria. The show premiered on the ITV network on 28 August 2016 in the United Kingdom and on PBS on 15 January 2017 in the United States. The show is available for streaming on the Sony Liv app exclusively for the Indian audience.

Season 3 of the historical drama ended with a cliffhanger and so there were speculations that the show will return with a season 4. The main protagonist of the show Jenna Coleman in an interview stated that “Effectively I could play this part until I am well into my sixties. Obviously, at the moment, there is only a certain age that I could take it up to – unless I am in prosthetics every day for hours on end.”

In January 2021 while talking about season 4, Jenna also revealed that, “We are in the process of discussing it at the moment and timelines”.

As of now the makers or ITV has not made any official announcement for the show’s return.

What Is The Show All About?

The show traces the life and happenings of the famous British Monarch Queen Victoria who was also known as the “Empress of India”. The show portrays her life from a young girl to a respected Queen of one of the largest empires.

Alexandrina Victoria was made the Queen of England at the age of 18 and was in love with her advisor and then Prime minister Lord Melbourne. But unfortunately, her relationship could not survive as it was just an infatuation. She eventually married the Prince of Germany Albert. Victoria gave birth to her first child a daughter, Victoria Princess Royal.

The makers and writers of the show have not yet revealed the plot for season 4.


  • Jenna Coleman as Queen Victoria
  • Tom Hughes as Prince Consort Albert
  • Peter Bowles as the Duke of Wellington
  • Catherine Flemming as the Duchess of Kent
  • Daniela Holtz as Baroness Lehzen
  • Nell Hudson as Nancy Skerrett
  • Ferdinand Kingsley as Mr. Francatelli
  • Tommy Knight as Archibald Brodie
  • Nigel Lindsay as Sir Robert Pee
  • Eve Myles as Mrs. Jenkins
  • David Oakes as Prince Ernest
  • Paul Rhys as Sir John Conroy
  • Adrian Schiller as Mr. Penge
  • Peter Firth as King Ernest Augustus

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