Netflix has officially announced the release dates for the highly anticipated sixth season of “The Crown.” The news was revealed on Monday, October 9th, along with the unveiling of a captivating teaser trailer. In addition to the release date confirmation, two striking posters were unveiled, one showcasing Elizabeth Debicki in her role as Princess Diana, and the other featuring Imelda Staunton as Queen Elizabeth II.
The upcoming season of “The Crown” has been the subject of much speculation and anticipation among fans, as it delves into the intriguing history of the British royal family. Season 6 is poised to cover a significant period in recent British history, spanning from 1997 to 2005. This era coincides with the time when Tony Blair, portrayed by Bertie Carvel, held the position of Prime Minister.
What sets this season apart is that it will be released in two parts, a first for the series. The first part, as described in the synopsis, will explore the budding relationship between Princess Diana and Dodi Fayed, culminating in a fateful car journey with devastating consequences. The second part, comprising six episodes, continues the narrative with a focus on Prince William’s return to Eton following his mother’s tragic death. Additionally, it delves into the challenges faced by the monarchy amidst shifting public opinion. Queen Elizabeth II’s Golden Jubilee prompts reflection on the future of the monarchy, with the marriage of Charles and Camilla and the emergence of a new royal fairy tale involving William and Kate.
Intriguingly, part 2 introduces Ed McVey and Luther Ford as Prince William and Prince Harry, while Meg Bellamy joins the cast as Kate Middleton.
The storyline of the upcoming season is centered around the late 1990s and early 2000s, but it notably excludes any reference to Prince Andrew’s controversial friendship with Jeffrey Epstein.
Despite recent reports hinting at potential spin-offs of “The Crown,” it’s essential to clarify that there are no concrete plans in place. The Sun previously reported in June that Netflix was considering continuing the show in the form of a “movie or perhaps a series of specials,” including both prequels and sequels. However, as of now, these reports remain speculative, and no definitive proposals have been confirmed.
The final season promises to be particularly poignant as it brings the timeline closer to our present day. It is expected to resonate deeply with those who lived through the events that will be depicted on screen. Season 5, which precedes the upcoming season, primarily focuses on the divorce of Prince Charles and Princess Diana, and season 6 will pick up the narrative thread with the tragic death of Princess Diana in 1997, extending into the 21st century.
Fans of “The Crown” can mark their calendars, as the eagerly awaited Season 6 is set to stream on Netflix in two parts, with the first part releasing on November 16th and the second on December 14th. This announcement has sent waves of excitement through the show’s dedicated fan base, and with the promising storyline and talented cast, it is sure to be a season to remember.
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