The 2016 historical drama is surely not accurate with its plot and all, but it’s informative nonetheless. And it’s back again with a brand new season following the life of Queen Elizabeth II. The show was first aired in 2016 and has continuously served well with its new seasons. The show has an eight-point six rating on IMDb, which isn’t so bad.
The Crown follows the life of Queen Elizabeth II from 1947 to the early twenty-first century. Through this show, many people who didn’t know about her get a closer look into her life and her effect. From her wedding in 1947 to other major moments in history, The Crown tries to weave a strong story that doesn’t come off as boring or ignorant of the past.
While this is the last season, the show tried to cover a lot of things, such as the events beginning from her wedding to other vital events up to the year 1955, which was shown in the first season. The second season focused on the Suez crisis in 1956 and covered several years up to 1964. The events following the year 1977 were the focal point of the third season.
In the fourth season, the events that shaped the years 1979 to 1990 were depicted, and in the fifth season, 1991 to 1997 were covered.
This new installment in the show will follow the life of the Queen in the years 1997 to 2005. The major events that will be depicted in The Crown’s sixth season are mainly the premiership of Tony Blair, the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, and the wedding of Prince Edward and Sophie Rhys-Jones that took place on 19th June 1999.
The deaths of Princess Margaret and Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother, will also be shown. Additionally, the early relationship of Prince William and Kate Middleton and the wedding of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles will also be portrayed on the show.
The Crown Season 6 Episode Schedule
The show used to air all the episodes together in one go; however, this time, it’ll be released in two installments with a month-long gap between them. There are ten episodes in total, out of which the first four will be released on Thursday, 16th November 2023. The remaining six episodes of The Crown are expected to air on 14th December 2023.
The first episode is titled Persona Non-Grata, which will follow Diana’s holiday in Saint Tropez with Al-Fayed. Charles learns that the Queen won’t attend Camilla’s 50th birthday party, which crushes him a lot. In the next episode, Two Photographs, Diana and Dodi will spend more time together, which will be captured by the media.
In the third episode, Dis-Moi Oui, we follow Dodi’s father, who is forcing him to propose, but it might not be the best decision for anyone involved since marriage is the last thing on Diana’s mind. The next episode is titled Aftermath, which will follow an unexpected death and the Queen’s silence on the matter.
The Crown Season 6 Episode Release Time & Streaming Guide
The first four episodes will air together at 9:00 PM ET/PT on 16th November 2023. The time will vary in different regions, so make sure you don’t miss these new episodes.
- Canada, Eastern Time: 9:00 PM, Thursday, 16 November 2023
- London, Greenwich Mean Time: 1:00 AM, Friday, 17 November 2023
- Germany, Central European Time: 3:00 AM, Friday, 17 November 2023
- Japan, Japan Standard Time: 10:00 AM, Friday, 17 November 2023
- Korea, Korean Standard Time: 10:00 AM, Friday, 17 November 2023
- Australia, Australian Standard Time: 12:00 AM, Friday, 17 November 2023
As always, The Crown will air on Netflix. Along with the new season, all of the show’s previous seasons can be streamed on the same platform. To stream this show without any interruptions, you can choose a payment plan out of the following:
- $6.99 Per Month [Standard With Ads]
- $15.49 Per Month [Standard]
- $22.99 Per Month [Premium]