The highly anticipated sixth season of The Crown is set to arrive on Netflix before the end of 2023. Following the decision to extend the series from five to six seasons, fans have been eagerly awaiting the final chapter of Queen Elizabeth II’s story.
Season 6 will focus on the events of the 1990s and early 2000s, including the tragic death of Diana, Princess of Wales in a car accident in Paris. This event shook the nation and led to significant backlash against the Royal Family for their treatment of Diana. Although it is unclear whether the series will depict William and Kate’s wedding, viewers can expect to witness the private moments of their relationship during their time at St. Andrews University in Scotland.
Despite the inclusion of historical events, it is unlikely that the Queen’s death will be portrayed on-screen. However, there will likely be a tribute to her at the conclusion of the series.
While an exact premiere date has not been announced, The Crown typically releases new seasons in November or December. Given the completion of filming in April 2023, there is ample time for post-production work before the end of the year. The series will not be affected the recent SAG-AFTRA strikes, as it is produced under the UK’s Equity union.
As fans eagerly await the final season of this critically acclaimed series, they can continue to stream previous seasons of The Crown on Netflix.
– equity.org.uk (Equity Union)
– netflix.com (Netflix)
– Published on 09/17/2023 at 11:00 AM EDT
– Last updated on 09/17/2023 at 11:00 AM EDT