Here is the release date of the fifth season of the series The Crown
Eva Deschamps / September 26, 2022
The highly anticipated fifth season of the hit series "The Crown", which chronicles the reign of Queen Elizabeth II, will begin on November 9, the series team announced Saturday on the social network Twitter.
This new series should focus on the 1990s, a turbulent period for the sovereign who died on September 8 at the age of 96.
This decade was marked by the deterioration of relations between Princess Diana and Prince Charles, now King Charles III, their divorce and the death, a year later at the age of 36, Diana in a car accident in Paris while being chased by paparazzi.
British actress Imelda Staunton, 66, will take on the role of the sovereign, previously played by Claire Foy and Olivia Colman. Jonathan Pryce will accompany her as her husband Prince Philip, while Dominic West and Elizabeth Debicki will lend their traits to Prince Charles and Lady Di.
Since 2016, the series has been delighting royal fans, delving behind the scenes of the tumultuous history of the British royal family since Queen Elizabeth II's accession to the throne in 1952. Extremely popular, this production also has its share of critics who accuse it of distorting or extrapolating reality for scripted purposes. As a tribute to the Queen, the team of "The Crown" had temporarily stopped the shooting of the series at the announcement of her death.