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The Crown Season 6, Part 1 Official Trailer is released on Netflix

"Netflix has released the official trailer for The Crown's Beginning of the End."

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The Crown Season 6, Part 1 Official Trailer is released on Netflix

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The road to a sixth season of "The Crown" was not without its challenges for devoted viewers. Early in 2020, Netflix made the announcement that the series would conclude after five seasons. Although he had originally intended to create six seasons, the end of season five was "the perfect time and place to stop," according to creator Peter Morgan at the time.

Though the show's history will only advance a few years, Netflix revealed a few months later that it will, in fact, release a sixth season. Series six, Morgan clarified at the time, "will not bring us any closer to the present day—it will simply enable us to cover the same period in greater detail."

The final four episodes of the final season will debut on November 16 and the final four on December 14. The final season will be broken into two parts. The first installment's trailer, which focuses on Princess Diana's last weeks, was shown on Thursday morning.

Tony Blair's election as prime minister in May 1997 marked the end of season five. Season six's first segment chronicles Diana's developing romance with Dodi Fayed, the rich Mohammed Al-Fayed's son, during the course of the summer until their tragic automobile crash in Paris on August 31.

Diana is shown in a number of solitary shots in the new teaser. In one, she recreates a famous photo in which she dangles her legs from a yacht's diving board while being followed about by paparazzi. "Honestly, I have no idea how I got here, running around and forgetting who I am," she remarks. "I believe that has been my entire life's narrative."

A little while later, Diana gets a handwritten message that says, "Paris next week?" After that, she is seen getting into a car, which barely makes it through the Pont de L'Alma tunnel before crashing.

The actress who plays Diana, Elizabeth Debicki, revealed to Clark Collis of Entertainment Weekly last year that the aftermath of Diana's passing will also be covered in season six.

According to Debicki, every individual associated with the program has exerted "the maximum effort to truly handle everything with such sensitivity, truth, and complexity." According to Netflix, the precise moment of the collision won't be broadcast.

Many members of season five’s cast will return for the final season. Imelda Staunton will once again play Elizabeth II, with Jonathan Pryce playing her husband, Prince Philip. Dominic West portrays Prince Charles, while Debicki will return as Diana.
"I hope that after watching, people will have a different perspective on this cultural injury, their demise in that collision, that we've been aware of for the past 25 years," actor Khalid Abdalla, who portrays Fayed, stated to Emily Burack of Town & Country in a previous interview. "It becomes something more comprehensive and ceases to be merely an image or a far-off recollection that nobody truly knows much about."

A large number of the cast from season five will be back for the last season. Jonathan Pryce will portray Prince Philip, Elizabeth II's husband, while Imelda Staunton will reprise her role as the queen. Debicki will return as Diana and Dominic West will play Prince Charles.


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