The Crown’s fifth season recently debuted on Netflix, but we’re already looking ahead and reporting on all of the details for the upcoming sixth and final season.
Filming on the series began in September, and it is expected to return to Netflix by the end of 2023. The Crown, created by Peter Morgan, has become one of Netflix’s most popular Originals.
The Crown has been one of the most expensive shows ever made, with each season costing more than $100 million to produce.
Originally, only five seasons were planned, but as production on the fifth season began, Peter Morgan reversed his decision and a sixth season was announced.
The Crown has won 129 of the 423 awards it has been nominated for throughout 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.
he Crown’s sixth and concluding season’s casting for Prince William and Kate Middleton was revealed on September 3, 2022. Meg Bellamy, who responded to a casting call on social media, is making her acting debut as Kate Middleton.
She was given the part after making an impression during her self-taped tryouts. In the sixth season, Ed McVey, 21, and Rufus Kampa, 16, who are both actors, will play Prince William. This will be their professional screen debuts.