After all the controversy, Netflix made us wait a long time before finally revealing the trailer for the new season of The Crown. The new trailer revealing that the crisis between Princess Diana and Queen Elizabeth II is already causing controversy.
The expectation for season 5 of The Crown is at an all-time high as the episodes come amid a combination of elements: the recent death of Queen Elizabeth II, the change in cast members, and the fact that the new season will depict the final years of the series. Princess Diana. The new season, which opens in early November, already has all the expectant fans.
Now the new trailer for The Crown goes straight to the point: The Royal Family is in crisis. Not only because The scandal surrounding Princess Diana’s divorce (Elizabeth Debicki) and Prince Charles (Dominic West), but also because the world has changed dramatically as television evolves and the role of the monarchy in the modern world is questioned. We finally get a look at the performances of the new cast members, and if those brief scenes are any indication, Imelda Staunton could be a hot contender for the upcoming TV awards season.
Also, the trailer makes it clear that this season will be a moving tribute to Diana and how difficult her final months were, from the scenes depicting incessant harassment from the paparazzi and the media to Diana herself lamenting that she “never had a chance.” At the same time, it looks like the season will go to great lengths to show how Diana fought tooth and nail to gain some control over her own narrative, including a groundbreaking interview with the BBC in which she brazenly declared she wasn’t going. silent.
As much as we know that the history of the royal family lives on, the trailer for The Crown it also brings a subtle reminder that the end of the series road is near. In 2020, Netflix renewed the acclaimed show for its sixth and final season And, considering recent events and the fact that Queen Elizabeth II is the series’ undisputed star, it would make a lot of sense to end the final season with the longest reigning reign. the death of the monarch.
In addition to Staunton, Debicki and West, the The Crown season 5 also features Jonathan Pryce as Prince Philip, Lesley Manville as Princess Margaret, Claudia Harrison as Princess Anne, Olivia Williams as Camilla Parker Bowles, Jonny Lee Miller as John Major, Salim Daw as Mohamed Al Fayed, and Khalid Abdalla as Dodi Fayed. . Netflix premieres season 5 of The Crown on November 9.
Explosive trailer for season 5 of The Crown