Queen Elizabeth's reign is at an end on Netflix. The sixth season of Netflix's hit show 'The Crown' will also be its last, focusing on the late Queen and the royal family in the late 90s and early 2000s.
Recently, Netflix posted a teaser of the sixth season on Instagram. What could it mean? Here's everything you need to know about "The Crown" season 6.
On Instagram, Netflix announced that the sixth and final season of "The Crown" would be split into two parts. The first half of the season will premiere on 16 November 2023, and the second half will be released on 14 December 2023, less than a month after the premiere of Part 1.
Imelda Staunton will reprise her role as Queen Elizabeth II in the sixth season, along with Lesley Manvill as Princess Margaret, Jonathan Pryce (who plays Prince Philip), Dominic West (who plays Prince Charles) and Elizabeth Debicki as Princess Diana. The sixth season will be released amid much fanfare, as the show is very popular on Netflix. From the first season, the show has covered Queen Elizabeth's reign from 1948, with the last season of 'The Crown' set to be set during the late 90s and the early 2000s. The show will also feature Prince William and Kate Middleton's romance, according to CNN.
The reception to the teaser trailer online has been positive, with fans looking forward to the release of season 6 and simultaneously mourning the impending end to the series.
Watch the teaser trailer here.
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