Crown Season 6 Release Date: Who Will Play Princess Diana in the Show?
The streaming service has addressed the people’s complaints and is bringing us more extravagant debates, national strife, and royal guidelines to enjoy after the hit drama series about the British Royal Family was supposed to cease after five instalments.
More episodes of the Emmy award-winning TV series recounting Queen Elizabeth II’s reign, which has captured the public’s interest since 2016, are always great news.
In this article, we will discuss the Elite season 6 release date, cast, trailer, and other news. So, stick with us until the finish of the article.
Brief Information About Crown Season 6
|Name||Crown Season 6|
|Written By||Peter Morgan|
|No of Seasons||5|
|Crown Season 6 Release Date||Yet To Be Confirmed|
Crown Season 5 Ending Explained
The Crown season 5 concludes with Queen Elizabeth II’s (Imelda Staunton) dramatic emotions of obsolescence, as Prince Charles futilely pushes for greater significance as the future King and Princess Diana’s sad fate hangs in the balance.
In The Crown season 5, episode 9, “Couple 31,” the Prince and Princess of Wales separated. As their storylines concluded in The Crown season 5, the rest of the Royal Family faded into the background, but Mohamed Al Fayed and Dodi Fayed took centre stage in the conclusion.
Season 5 of The Crown saw Queen Elizabeth confronting her failures as a sovereign and a mother, which were crystallized in her “annus horribilis” of 1992 with the breakdowns of three royal marriages – Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, Princess Anne and Mark Phillips, as well as Charles and Diana – and the terrible fire at Windsor Castle.
Season 5 of The Crown also featured Diana and Charles’ “all-out fight” that culminated to their divorce, including the Princess of Wales’ hidden involvement in Andrew Morton‘s best-selling book and Diana’s contentious interview with Martin Bashir.
All of this ended in the annulment of Charles and Diana‘s marriage. Meanwhile, Tony Blair (Bertie Carvel) was elected Prime Minister, effectively terminating the tenure of John Major (Jonny Lee Miller) and the Conservatives.
What is the Potential Release Date of Crown Season 6?
Netflix has not officially revealed when The Crown season six will return, but based on past releases, fresh episodes are expected to debut around November 2023.
Writer/creator Peter Morgan: “As we started to discuss the storylines for Series 5, it soon became clear that in order to do justice to the richness and complexity of the story we should go back to the original plan and do six seasons.”
— Netflix UK & Ireland (@NetflixUK) July 9, 2020
However, things may be different this time around because filming for season six was halted following the Queen’s death.
In an interview, writer Peter Morgan described his choice in greater detail: “The Crown is a love letter to her, and I have nothing to say but silence and respect for the time being. We’ll probably cease filming as well, out of respect.”
Keeping all of this in mind, it’s highly likely that season six of The Crown may premiere in December 2023, or perhaps early 2024.
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Cast and Characters: Who May Appear in Crown Season 6 Release Date?
Because The Crown is an even-numbered season, there will be no big cast replacements in the primary central characters. That means that all of the actors listed below are scheduled to return for season six:
- Camilla Parker Bowles is played by Olivia Williams.
- Princess Anne is played by Claudia Harrison, and
- Prince James is played by James Murray.
- Andre Dodi Fayed is played by Khalid Abdalla.
- Tony Blair is played by Bertie Carvel.
- Peter Townsend is played by Timothy Dalton.
- Imelda Staunton in the role of Queen Elizabeth II
- Prince Philip is played by Jonathan Pryce.
- Princess Margaret is played by Lesley Manville.
- John Major is played by Jonny Lee Miller.
- Charles, Prince of Wales is played by Dominic West.
- Diana, Princess of Wales is played by Elizabeth Debicki.
- Marcia Warren in the role of Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother
The Plot: What We Can Expect From Crown Season 6?
Unlike the previous seasons of The Crown, which span nearly a decade, season 6 spans the late 1990s and early 2000s. This implies that the Netflix drama series would focus on the events leading up to Princess Diana and her boyfriend Dodi Fayed‘s vehicle accident on August 31, 1997 in Paris.
The Crown star Elizabeth Debicki, on the other hand, has confirmed that Princess Diana‘s death will be depicted sensitively and that the car collision itself will not be depicted on the screen. Season 6 of The Crown will instead focus on Princess Diana’s final days and the aftermath of her death.
Showrunner Peter Morgan also indicated that The Crown season 6 will not seek to expand its storyline to the present day, instead focusing on the mid-aughts.
Is There Any Official Trailer of Crown Season 6?
Crown Season 6 does not have an official trailer. You can watch the Crown Season 5 trailer until then.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will the Crown Have Further Seasons?
Season 6 of The Crown has been revealed as the series’ final season.
What Are the Crown’s IMDB Ratings?
The Crown has an IMDB rating of 8.7/10.
In Season 6 of the Crown, Who Will Play Princess Diana?
In Seasons 5 and 6, Elizabeth Debicki will take over as Diana, Princess of Wales from Emma Corrin.