The Crown is a series created by Peter Morgan and is now in its fifth season. It is now streaming on Netflix. It stars Claire Foy, Matt Smith, John Lithgow and Olivia Colman among others.
One of the best series that are now streaming. And as some say, one of the best series in television history. This recent story about the British Royals is spectacular and dramatic, and is now in its fifth season.
The gripping, decades-spanning inside story of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the Prime Ministers who shaped Britain’s post-war destiny.
A further look inside the two of the most famous domiciles in the world – Buckingham Palace and 10 Downing Street – full of intrigues, romantic ups and downs and machinations behind the great events that shaped the second half of the 20th century. Two houses, two courts, one Crown.
Season 5. First Reviews
Release Date of ‘The Crown’ (Season 5)
November 9, 2022
Where to Watch ‘The Crown’
List of Episodes (Season 5)
Queen Victoria Syndrome
The press is hounding Charles and Diana while they are honeymooning in Italy.
The press approached Diana to convince her to publish a tell-all book. Prince Philip offers his support to a grieving family member.
Going back to the mid 40’s it tells of the Egyptian street vendor who is inspired by the abdication of King Edward. Fast forward year later, he pursues to integrate into British High Society.
The Queen commemorates her forty years on the throne, and reassesses the trajectory. A fire at Windsor Castle and rising tensions in her children’s marriages, prove to be hurdles that must be overcome.
The Way Ahead
Prince Charles call to Camilla is intercepted, and starts a chain of events in his marriage to Diana. A scandal errupts.
President Yeltsin pursues the Queen’s support. All the while the Queen must deal with new cracks in her marriage with Philip.
No Woman’s Land
Diana is approached by BBC’s Martin Bashir, who is trying to secure an interview with her. She is lonely and seeks purpose and warmth in a London hospital.
Prince William is featured in this episode. Furthermore, Guy Fawkes Night fireworks work as a diversion of attention from Diana’s BBC interview.
The consequences of interview with Princess of Wales start to manifest. The Prime Minister is requested by The Queen to intervene in the tumultuous familial situation.
Mohamed Al-Fayed reaches out to support newly-divorced Diana. Charles is acting as liaison with Hong Kong.
Imelda Staunton / Queen Elizabeth II
Jonathan Pryce / Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
Lesley Manville / Princess Margaret
Jonny Lee Miller / John Major
Dominic West / Charles, Prince of Wales
Elizabeth Debicki / Diana, Princess of Wales
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