The Crown has returned with its fifth season on Netflix.  

The fifth season of the show has moved into the 1990s and is now centred on the turbulent story of Prince Charles and Princess Diana.  

Netflix’s The Crown chronicles the lives and history of the British monarchy.  

After the passing of Queen Elizabeth II on September 8, 2022, and Prince Philip on April 9, 2021, this is the first season of the show to be broadcast. 

The Netflix series has numerous contentious scenes that have sparked strong reactions from a variety of quarters.  

The Crown is not about historical accuracy; it follows Queen Elizabeth II from her marriage in 1947 to, reportedly, the early 2000s.  

After clearing things up, you may take in the lavish performance. The Crown is generously identified by Netflix as a “fictional dramatisation” that was “influenced by real-life events” in the trailer.  

The Queen, a 2006 motion picture directed by Peter Morgan, and the 2013 play The Audience, both of which examine the Palace and the Queen’s response to Diana’s demise, are both adapted in The Crown. 

The Crown was briefly considered for cancellation after season five, but Morgan has since returned to the original six-season plan. 

Queen Victoria Syndrome, the opening episode of Season 5, makes a very blatant comparison between the monarchy and The Royal Yacht Britannia.