Last season breaks the platform’s tradition, and this time it will be divided into two parts.
The wait is over. The Crown, the hit Netflix original series, comes to an end after six seasons. And this 6th and final season, exceptionally, will be divided into two parts: Part 1 premiering November 16th (four episodes) and Part 2 available December 14th (six episodes). In a total of 10 episodes, lasting between 50 and 60 minutes.
Nominated 61 times and winner of 21 Emmys, The Crown is considered the most expensive series in Netflix history – according to Forbes magazine, the first five seasons cost around US$504 million. For those who are fans of the series that follows the British Royal Family, and want to get ahead, you will need to get up early: in Brazil, following Brasilia time, The episodes will be available from 5am.
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What happens in season 6?
This sixth season is expected to focus on the period between 1997 and 2005 and cover several key events, including the death of Diana (Elizabeth Debicki), the tenure of Prime Minister Tony Blair (Bertie Carvel) and the beginning of the relationship between Prince William (Ed McVey) and Kate Middleton (Meg Bellamy).
The Crown cast includes names like Luther Ford (Prince Harry), Jonathan Pryce (Prince Philip), Lesley Manville (Princess Margaret), Dominic West (Prince Charles), Olivia Williams (Camila Parker-Bowles), Salim Daw (Mohamed Al-Fayed), Khalid Abdalla (Dodi Fayed) , Claudia Harrison (Princess Anne) and Imelda Staunton, the third actress to play Queen Elizabeth II in the series, who passed away in 2022.
All five seasons of The Crown are available exclusively on Netflix.
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