Movie: The Crown NETFLIX Series


Season 1

The first season of The Crown started in 1947, with George VI (aka the subject of the Oscar-winning film The King's Speech) was ruling England, young Elizabeth was monarch-in-training, and Churchill had just been re-elected Prime Minister.

Six years after George VI triumphant term during World War II had come to an end. The premiere began with Prince Philip Mountbatten of Greece and Denmark renouncing all royal titles so he could marry the heir apparent to the throne of England. But his marriage to Elizabeth would be far from a smooth one, as she would be thrust into her leadership position far sooner than either of them expected upon the untimely death of her father, King George VI in 1952. It charts the beginning of her reign, until 1955.

Season 2

Season 2 of Netflix's incredibly addictive royal drama, The Crown, spanning mid-1950s through to the 1960s. The show gave further insight into Queen Elizabeth II (played by Claire Foy) and Prince Philip's (Matt Smith) relationship as their marriage seemed strained. The second outing also delved into a number of events including the Profumo Affair and the Suez Crisis.

Season 3

The third and fourth series will span the years 1964-77, with series one and two having covered the early years of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign, from 1947-63. 

This season focus less upon Prince Philip and Queen Elizabeth II’s relationship – which became settled after the years of turmoil depicted in season two – and more on the breakdown of the marriage of Princess Margaret and Lord Snowdon.

Season 4

Season 4 The Crown season four covers the period 1977 until 1990, whereas season three was set from 1964 until 1977. Season three of The Crown began with the election of Labour MP Harold Wilson (played by Jason Watkins) as Prime Minister and ended with the Silver Jubilee in February 1977.  

The Crown might as well be called the Diana and Charles Show, given how much screen time is devoted to the royal couple. It's a change of pace for the Netflix series, which follows the reign of Queen Elizabeth II through the 1990s. Queen Elizabeth (played this season by Olivia Colman) is upstaged, at times, by the younger generation of royals.

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