The sixth and final season of The Crown, which just started filming and is anticipated to premiere on Netflix in 2023, has a lot of information that the fifth season of The Crown does not. The Crown, which was created by Peter Morgan, has grown to be one of Netflix’s most watched Originals. The Crown has been one of the most expensive television programmes ever produced since its very first season, with each season’s production costing over $100 million. There were initially only going to be five seasons, but as the fifth season’s filming got underway, Peter Morgan changed his mind, and a sixth season was announced.
The Crown has won 129 of the 423 awards it has been nominated for over the course of its first four seasons. The Crown won all seven of the drama categories at the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards in 2021, including Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for Olivia Colman’s portrayal of Queen Elizabeth II, joining Claire Foy, who also won a Primetime Emmy for the role.
Over the course of its first four seasons, The Crown has won 129 of the 423 awards for which it has been nominated. At the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards in 2021, The Crown won all seven drama categories, including Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for Olivia Colman’s portrayal of Queen Elizabeth II, joining Claire Foy, who also won a Primetime Emmy for the role.
Which historical events will be featured in Season 6 of The Crown?
Because we don’t know which historical events will take place in The Crown’s fifth season, our predictions for which historical events we’ll see may overlap with the fifth season.
Prince Harry’s one day of rehab
The death of Princess Margaret
The death of Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother
The Iraq War
Because of the death of her late sister, Princess Margaret, in February 2002, the early 2000s were some of Queen Elizabeth’s most difficult years. The Queen Mother died a month later, in March 2002, at the age of 101. The Royal Family was still dealing with the aftermath of Lady Diana’s death prior to the deaths of two of her closest family members. Prince Harry was confronted by his father, Prince Charles, when he was 16 years old, after learning that he had been smoking cannabis and drinking alcohol on a regular basis. Prince Harry was sent to Featherstone Lodge, a heroin detox centre in Peckham, to learn about the dangers of drug and alcohol abuse. Outside of the United Kingdom, republican George W Bush was elected as the 43rd President of the United States. The tragic events of 9/11 unfolded during his first year in office, eventually leading the United States and its allies into the Iraq War and the War on Terror.
Who are the Season 6 cast members of The Crown?
Aside from Lady Diana, we don’t expect to see her after the fifth season, but the majority of the season 5 cast will return in season 6.
Queen Elizabeth II – Imelda Staunton
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh – Jonathan Pryce
Princess Margaret is played by Lesley Manville.
Prince Charles – Dominic West
The roles of Prince William and Kate Middleton in The Crown’s sixth and final season were announced on September 3rd, 2022. Meg Bellamy makes her acting debut as Kate Middleton, after impressing with self-taped auditions after responding to a casting call on social media. Ed McVey, 21, and Rufus Kampa, 16, will play Prince William in the sixth season, and both will be making their professional screen debuts.
When will Season 6 of The Crown premiere on Netflix?
The Crown season 6’s shooting schedule has been covered in more detail, but we can confirm that filming got underway on September 1st, 2022. It is anticipated that filming will last for several months and end on April 30th, 2022.
The sixth and final season of The Crown on Netflix has not yet received an official release date. However, based on the previous seasons’ releases, we can anticipate the release date of the final season;
Season 1 – November 4th, 2016
Season 2 – December 8th, 2017
Season 3 – November 17th, 2019
Season 4 – November 15th, 2020
Season 5 – November 2022
The Crown’s final season is expected to premiere on Netflix in November or December 2023. The final season will end with ten episodes, just like the previous ones.