The Crown Season 5 lands confirmed premiere date
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We start the beginning of the final two seasons of The Crown very soon. Netflix has confirmed The Crown Season 5 premiere date, and it’s in November.
Netflix’s TUDUM is a chance to release some big news. That usually means premiere date, and this month’s event did not disappoint. We got a few big premiere dates, most of them for November. One of them was The Crown Season 5.
The Crown Season 5 release date
Just like the previous four seasons, all 10 episodes will drop at once. They will all arrive on Wednesday, Nov. 9. The day decision is a surprise. Netflix usually releases content on a Friday.
It’s not like Netflix has to worry about the future of this show. It’s already been renewed for Season 6, and filming has started. It did take some time off after Queen Elizabeth II passed away out of respect, but things are expected to be back to normal out. It’s all steam ahead to say goodbye to the series.
The Crown Season 5 will take us into the 1990s. Imelda Staunton takes on the iconic role, and we’re going to see a time when she and her family faced scrutiny from the public. 1997 saw the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, and the whole country mourned. People had already gained a negative view of Prince Charles due to his treatment of Diana during their marriage and after their divorce.
The poster for the season shows a crack in the wall. Cracks are going to appear in the Royal Family.
This season is also expected to focus on other important deaths. Princess Margaret and Elizabeth, the Queen Mother died within weeks of each other in 2002. It really was a troubling time for the family.
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The Crown Season 5 is coming to Netflix on Wednesday, Nov. 9.