Netflix has just dropped the news that the hit royal series The Crown will return for its sixth and final season in two parts: Part 1 on November 16th and Part 2 on December 14th.
Netflix – The Crown Season 6
The Crown Season 6 Plot
Season 6 of The Crown picks up with Diana and Prince Charles spending their first summer apart. The final season delves into a timeline stretching from the late 90s to the early 2000s, with a narrative wrapped around significant real-life events — of course with the dramatised flare that comes with The Crown series.
The unfolding of Princess Diana’s relationship with Dodi Fayed leading to their tragic end, Prince William and Kate Middleton’s budding romance at university, and the sombre wave of the royal family’s losses are some of the plot highlights that will make for a fitting end to The Crown series.
The Crown’s cast for season 6 is a stellar compilation as always with familiar and fresh faces. Imelda Staunton will continue her role as Queen Elizabeth II, Dominic West continues the portrayal of Prince Charles, while Elizabeth Debicki is back in her enduring role of Diana, Princess of Wales.
The final season also sees Bertie Carvel stepping into a more prominent role as Tony Blair. New entrants like Ed McVey, Luther Ford, and Meg Bellamy will embody the younger generation of royals, portraying Prince William, Prince Harry, and Kate Middleton respectively.
The Crown Season 6 Part One will be released on November 16th and Part Two on December 14th.
Watch The Crown Season 1 to 5 on Netflix.com.