The Crown made headlines for its fifth season, but its sixth and final season is just around the corner.
Netflix has released the streaming list for some of the biggest games coming out in 2023 – here’s everything you need to know about the latest from The Crown Season 6.
When will The Crown Season 6 release on Netflix?
Streaming service Netflix has confirmed that its sixth and final season of The Crown is slated to release in 2023.
An exact start date for the season has yet to be announced, but the previous seasons were released in early to mid-November, with the exception of the second season, which was released in December 2017.
Who is starring in the sixth season of The Crown?
The Crown is known for changing its cast every two seasons, so the new cast that appeared on the show in its fifth season will return to wrap up the drama in its sixth season.
When season five launched in early November, the show’s stars said they couldn’t party too hard at the premiere because they were in the middle of filming season six.
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Imelda Staunton plays Queen Elizabeth II alongside Jonathan Pryce as Prince Philip’s husband, with Staunton sharing that she was filming season six on the day the queen died, September 8th.
Dominic West continues to play Prince Charles and Elizabeth Debicki played Princess Diana in the fifth season, but said in a press interview before its release that she hadn’t seen her co-stars for a while, suggesting that Diana’s death happened at the very beginning of the season. . six.
Olivia Williams returned as Camilla Parker Bowles, but in the final episode of the fifth season, which chronicles Labor’s victory in the 1997 general election, Jonny Lee Miller is absent as John Major and Bertie Carvel joins him as the new Prime Minister Tony Blair.
Leslie Manville also returns as Princess Margaret.
What happens in the sixth season of The Crown?
Of course, viewers expect Diana’s death and funeral to be a major storyline in the final season, set in the latter half of the ’90s.
Creator Peter Morgan said we shouldn’t expect the series to move too far ahead of season five, telling Deadline, “When we started discussing season five’s storylines, it soon became clear that in order to do justice to the richness and complexity of the story, we have to go back to the original plan and do six seasons.
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“To be clear, Season 6 will not bring us closer to today – it will just allow us to cover the same period in more detail.”
In addition to the Blairs appearing on Downing Street, season six features a young Kate Middleton in the cast, suggesting it will show Prince William’s college years and early romances.
What else is in store for Netflix in 2023?
Netflix’s exciting slate of shows scheduled for 2023 includes not only The Crown, but a host of other new and returning series to keep an eye out for.
Highlights include the Bridgerton spin-off Queen Charlotte: The Bridgerton Story, the second season of Heartstopper, the fourth season of You, and the third season of The Witcher.
Documentaries about David Beckham, Tyson Fury and his family and Pamela Anderson are also planned.
Seasons one through five are currently streaming on Netflix.
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