Netflix announced the release window for the sixth season of the historical drama series, Crown, Focused on the British monarchy. The monarchy itself has changed a lot in the past year Queen Elizabeth II and the coronation of his son and heir, King Charles III. The show also looks to move into modern times and focus more on the younger members of the royal family as they begin to build their own lives.
Crown According to the chief content officer, it is planned to be released in the fall of 2023 Bela Bajaria At Netflix’s virtual Upfront on Wednesday (via The Wrap). It is one of the series Streamer’s most popular showsthis sixth episode focuses on a royal love story with young actors. Ed McVeigh and Meg Bellamy They are set to play Prince William and Kate Middleton respectively, portraying the couple’s real-life characters’ first moments when they met on the St Andrews campus, resulting in a romance that led to them tying the knot in 2011. the show came to cover contemporary events within the monarchy.
Netflix in April released the first pictures According to the official synopsis for the upcoming season, the pair played the royal couple when the show started rolling. “A new romance and a new future when a couple meets for the first time on campus Crown begins,” says the official synopsis. The Peter Morgan The historical drama, which is due to end after this season, will also cover the death of Princess Diana, but the accident itself will not be depicted in the show. Elizabeth DebickiDescribes Princess Diana after assuming her role Emma Corrine (starred in season 4).
The show faced a lot of criticism as it covered more and more stories related to the royal family. Netflix is ahead of the show’s fifth season release moved to add disclaimer “This fictional dramatization, inspired by true events, tells the story of Queen Elizabeth II and the political and personal events that shaped her reign.” The show even saw personalities starring in it, e.g Helena Bonham Carter who played Princess Margaretthe Countess of Snowdon in seasons three and four, puts the show’s future in doubt when approaching the present. “I have to be careful here, but I don’t think they should continue. I’m a part of it and I loved my episodes, but now it’s very different,” he said. Others like it. Jonathan Pricewho described Prince PhilipThe Duke of Edinburgh was in the past expressed his “disappointment”. the show was critically acclaimed.
Crown Season 6 will premiere in the fall of 2023, and previous seasons can be streamed on Netflix. Watch the season five trailer below: