The Queen of England is back in fictional form I must admit that I have devoured the season 5 of ‘The Crown’ In a blink of an eye. The good news is that we have a new season on the way. The bad, which will be the last.
Some new episodes that are already in production and that we’ll see sometime next year, ending the biopic of Elizabeth II and her reign on Netflix. So let’s review everything we know about the final season of ‘The Crown’.
Diana and Dodi Fayed’s relationship and the tragic accident that took the life of the princess will be one of the first events narrated since just season 5 ends with the return of Hong Kong to China, which happens two months before.
We don’t know exactly how many years this new season will span, but the series likes to go for who occupies downing streetso we have the ten years of Tony Blair’s government as the axis, who already made his debut at the end of the previous season.
Among the key events of these years we have: the already mentioned death of Diana (which, they assure, will not be recorded), a controversial trip to India (1997), the deaths of the queen mother and Margarita in 2002, the celebration of the Golden Jubilee, the knee operation to the one she submitted in 2003, her fight with the Daily Mirror over the undercover servant case, etc.
We also know from casting news that We will see the romance of William and Kate Middleton and even the season could also take us to the wedding of Carlos and Camilla in 2005.
After the last cast change, this season 6 will feature Imelda Staunton as Elizabeth II, Jonathan Price like prince philip Lesley Manville Like Princess Margaret Dominic Wesyou like prince charles, Olivia-Williams as Camilla Parker Bowles, Salim Daw such as Mohamed Al Fayed and Khalid Abdullah like Dodi Fayed.
Rufus Kampa and Ed McVey like Prince William and Meg Bellamy like Kate Middleton are, at the moment, the main additions to a cast that continues to count on Marcia Warren as the Queen Mother, claudia harrison like princess anne and Bertie Carvel as Tony Blair
The shooting has already kicked off. Specifically last August started and, although Peter Morgan announced a hiatus As a sign of mourning after the death of Elizabeth II, we know that filming resumed a few weeks ago. Normally, the production covers a little more than half a year (about seven months), so we hope that this filming will conclude next March 2023.
Peter Morgan is creating and writing all ten episodes of this final season. Producing are Suzanne Mackie, Andy Harries, Stephen Daldry, Matthew Byam Shaw, Robert Fox and Jessica Hobbs.
the premiere date
Fortunately, everything indicates that this time there will not be a two-year break, since the series is in the middle of filming. Although the release date has not yet been announced, it is quite possible. that we see the final episodes in November 2023since it is his usual hole in the Netflix grill.
At the moment we do not have a trailer or images of the final season of ‘The Crown’.
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‘The Crown’: everything we know about season 6 and the end of the excellent Netflix biopic