Production for Netflix's royal drama "The Crown" paused briefly while filming season six of the show as the world paid their final respects to Britain's Queen Elizabeth II after her death.
Season five is still set for release on Nov. 9 and will feature a new actress playing the queen.
Claire Foy played Queen Elizabeth II for the first two seasons of the show. Then for seasons three and four, Olivia Colman took over portraying Her Majesty.
Now for the latest season, Imelda Staunton will take over the role.
Season five is expected to focus on the queen's preparations for the 40th anniversary of her ascension to the throne, Netflix revealed.
"She reflects on a reign that has encompassed nine Prime Ministers, the advent of mass television, and the twilight of the British Empire," the streaming giant said.
The role of then-Prince Charles is portrayed by Dominic West, and Elizabeth Debicki was cast in the role of Princess Diana.