You know her as this year's Oscar, Golden Globe and BAFTA "Best Actress" winner for her outstanding portrayal of Queen Anne in The Favourite (and also for her tearjerker of an acceptance speech that should've won an award all its own): Olivia Colman, a true queen in her own right.
So where can you expect to see the beyond-talented Colman next? Luckily, we already have her queued up on our Netflix, since she'll be continuing another queen's legacy. This time, she'll be a more grown-up Queen Elizabeth II in season three of The Crown (and she met Queen Elizabeth's real-life granddaughter-in-law, so there's some serious role research for ya).
Season three will take place during the years 1964 to 1976, and Colman will star opposite Outlander star Tobias Menzes as Prince Philip and Helena Bonham-Carter as Princess Margaret. While there's still no release date, Colman did reveal in a post-Oscars interview that season three has finished filming, and season four production begins in August, meaning we hopefully won't have to wait an eternity between seasons this time. (Bless!)
This year, Colman also stars in the BBC TV miniseries Les Misérables with Lily Collins (Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile) and Dominic West (The Affair). The show will arrive stateside on PBS on April 14, 2019.
She's also going to be in a movie this summer called Them That Follow about a church in the Appalachian mountains that has a dark secret (and sounds sorta True Detective-y). The movie is set to premiere on June 21, 2019.
Summer plans, set. (Now, back to watching her acceptance speech for the 40th time...)