The Crown season six teased in Netflix trailer
Season six of The Crown will be released on Netflix in two parts, marking a change for the Royal Family drama.
All the previous seasons of The Crown have been dropped as a boxset, however, season six is a departure with two separate releases in November and December.
Part one will be landing on Netflix on Thursday, November 16 and part two on Thursday, December 14.
How many episodes are in The Crown season 6?
There is a total of 10 episodes in The Crown season six – like the previous outings.
When The Crown finally does finish, there will be a total of 60 episodes across the whole show.
Here is a list of episodes from The Crown season six and when they will be released:
- Episode 1. Persona Non Grata – November 16
- Episode 2. Two Photographs – November 16
- Episode 3. Dis-Moi Oui – November 16
- Episode 4. Aftermath – November 16
- Episode 5 – December 14
- Episode 6 – December 14
- Episode 7 – December 14
- Episode 8 – December 14
- Episode 9 – December 14
- Episode 10 – December 14
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Season six will be one of the darkest instalments of the House of Windsor and tackle the death of Princess Diana (played by Elizabeth Debicki).
The Royal Family including Princess Diana’s sons will be left reeling from her loss as the general public demands a response from Queen Elizabeth II (Imelda Staunton).
This will be a trying chapter for the Royal Family as they try to remain modern and relevant – a recurring theme throughout The Crown.
The Crown will be covering similar ground to creator Peter Morgan’s other work, the 2006 Oscar-winning movie The Queen as well as his 2013 play The Audience – both of which starred Dame Helen Mirren.
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However, it looks like season six will also be ending things on an optimistic note as Queen Elizabeth II looks ahead to her Golden Jubilee in 2002 and reflects on the future of the monarchy.
Moreover, the marriage of the then-Prince Charles (Dominic West) to Camilla Parker Bowles (Olivia Williams) will be depicted.
Finally, it looks like fans will see the blossoming romance between Prince William (Ed McVey) and Kate Middleton (Meg Bellamy) during their time at the University of St Andrews.
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The majority of the main cast will be returning including Jonathan Pryce as Prince Philip, Lesley Manville as Princess Margaret, Claudia Harrison as Princess Anne, Bertie Carvel as Tony Blair, Salim Daw as Mohamed Al Fayed, and Khalid Abdalla as Dodi Fayed.
However, there will be a change of actors between parts one and two with Rufus Kampa portraying a young Prince William and 1899 star Fflyn Edwards as a young Prince Harry.
In part two, these roles will be played by the aforementioned McVey and Luther Ford as older versions of William and Harry respectively.
Fans can also expect some guest roles as the show dives back into recent history.
The Crown season 6 part 1 will be released on Netflix on Thursday, November 16
The Crown season 6, part 2 will be released on Netflix on Thursday, December 14
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