The famous series “The Crown” is coming to an end.
Netflix announced in a press release that the premiere of the sixth and final season of The Crown is ready.
The popular series will end this year with two parts being released on November 16 and December 14.
The final season covers events from 1997 to 2005, spanning Tony Blair’s time as Prime Minister (Bertie Carville).
The first four episodes (Part 1) depict the blossoming relationship between Princess Diana and Dodi Al Fayed before a fateful road trip leads to disastrous consequences.
The final chapter is told over six episodes (Part Two).
Here, Prince William attempts to resume his life at Eton after the death of his mother, while at the same time the monarchy must deal with public attention and the challenges that come with it, according to the press release.
In the second part, Ed McPhee and Luther Ford will play the roles of Prince William and Prince Harry, while Meg Bellamy will play the role of Kate Middleton. This will be the first innings for all three.
Since The Crown premiered on Netflix in 2016, the series has been honored with numerous nominations and numerous Emmy and Golden Globe awards.
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