The show’s final season will be released in two parts
The first part of the penultimate season is set to grace the screens on November 16, with the second part following on December 14.
The streaming platform dropped a teaser on October 9, which takes viewers on a nostalgic journey. It revisits the talented actresses who have portrayed Queen Elizabeth II throughout the series. This includes the remarkable Claire Foy, the distinguished Olivia Colman, and the exceptional Imelda Staunton, who portrayed the late queen in the previous season.
In this teaser, Imelda, who plays Queen Elizabeth, contemplatively voices, “It is a duty. But what about the life I put aside? The woman I put aside?”
Season 6 will continue to delve into the captivating story of Britain’s royal family, a theme that has kept audiences enthralled since the show’s start.
In the previous season, viewers saw the unfolding drama of the modern royal family. This included the marriage and eventual divorce of the late Princess Diana, portrayed by Elizabeth Debicki, and Prince Charles, played by Dominic West.
Earlier this year, Netflix gave fans a peek of the final season, featuring Ed McVey and Meg Bellamy as Prince William and Princess Kate during their university years at the University of St. Andrews.
Netflix has hinted that the upcoming season will also showcase the wedding of Charles and Queen Camilla, adding to the anticipation surrounding this finale.
“The Crown” was first released on Netflix in November 2016. The show gained positive reviews with its portrayal of Princess Elizabeth’s marriage to Philip Mountbatten in the initial season, portrayed by the exceptional Claire Foy and Matt Smith, respectively.
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