Netflix Confirms Sixth And Final Season Of The Crown

Netflix has finally confirmed that The Crown will come up with the sixth and final season. Thus, the season will bring us more stiff upper lips, palace scandals, and Princess Margaret’s drama. The Crown will have one more season with the brilliant Olivia Colman, with Imelda Staunton ready to ascend to the throne in season six.

For those who aren’t much aware of the storyline of the series, it revolves around Queen Elizabeth II. And it offers a truly unique perspective on British historical events.

The Crown follows the various significant moments in her lengthy reign. It portrays her role as a wife, mother, sister, and daughter. It also shows how perfectly Queen Elizabeth balances her duty with family life while making various difficult decisions along the way.

Netflix Confirms Sixth And Final Season Of The Crown

Even if you’re not a monarch lover, the extraordinary performances in the series will surely leave you amazed. The first two seasons saw Claire Foy play Queen Elizabeth as a young girl and a rather shy woman. She ascends to the throne after the death of her father, King George VI, at the age of just 56.

Coleman will portray the protagonist in The Crown

Then for the fourth and upcoming fifth season, Coleman stole the character of a well-established Queen Elizabeth. She portrays the role of steeliness and maturity that a queen is supposed to have. In the fifth season, we will see Staunton take up the coveted yet rather intimidating role, bringing her own take on the long-standing monarch as she enters her later years.

However, Netflix has not yet announced the exact air date of the fourth season of The Crown. The season will focus on the Royal family as they navigate the late 1970s and early 1980s. Gillian Anderson will join the cast as the Iron Lady herself. The divisive Margaret Thatcher, whilst Emma Corrin is set to play one of the most beloved icons of the 20th century, Princess Diana.

If you wish to watch the previous three seasons, you can watch them on Netflix now.

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