Netflix to Follow ‘Stranger Things’ and ‘The Witcher’ Approach to Maximize on ‘The Crown’s Final Season Release

Published 10/10/2023, 3:54 AM EDT

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The Crown has established itself among Netflix’s favorite shows throughout its remarkable five seasons. The series is a beautiful blend of fiction, facts, and real-world connections of the British Royal Family. Viewers around the globe have remained attached to it because it gave insights into what supposedly goes behind those high golden walls. However, fans will soon have to bid farewell to it as the show will conclude with season 6 which is not too far away now.

The new updates of the release of the last season have arrived, but it comes with some twists this time.

The Crown takes the path of Stranger Things and The Witcher 

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The upcoming season 6 of The Crown will set itself apart from previous seasons in several ways. First, this will be the last one where fans get to dive into the lives of royals. And second, it marks the first time the show will arrive on screens after the passing of Queen Elizabeth II. Now the latest trailer that dropped on social media recently has added a new distinction to it. It revealed the historical drama will air in two parts.

The first installment of episodes will arrive on the streaming giant on  16 November followed by the last batch on December 14. Besides this, two creators have also rolled out two posters and in one part they have recreated the famous swimsuit shot of Princess Diana. As for the second one, it featured Imelda Staunton, who played the role of the monarch.

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Notably, Netflix applied the same approach with this show as they did with Stranger Things and The Witcher. Through this strategy, the company has been trying to keep fans attached to the platform while waiting to unveil the ultimate moments.

Meanwhile, before diving into it fans should note down what it will be about this time.

Everything you need to know about the historical drama 

Season 5 picked up from 1990, which was a very dark phase for the Royal Family, and explored Charles and Diana’s separation. Now season 6 will feature Princess Diana’s tragic death took place in a car accident in Paris in 1997. Executive producers Andy Harries and Suzanne Mackie have assured they have handled this incident carefully. Apart from this, the show will take fans into the early 2000s and depict the romance between Prince William and Kate Middleton.

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The cast of the show is Elizabeth Debicki will be Princess Diana, Rufus Kampa and Ed McVey, as Prince William, and Meg Bellamy will portray Kate Middleton. Also, Luther Ford will play Prince Harry, Lesley Manville as Princess Margaret, and Jonathan Pryce as Prince Philip. With the exciting storyline and a fresh cast, fans should mark the date on their calendars and tighten their seat belt to dive back into the reign of The Queen for the last time.

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What do you think about this split strategy? Drop your comments below!

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Shikha Arya

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Shikha Arya is an experienced entertainment writer at Netflix Junkie, having contributed over 1000 articles to the platform. She holds a Master's degree in English Literature from a prestigious university and has honed her writing skills over three years. Shikha's forte lies in crafting thought-provoking pieces about the lives of pop culture icons.

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