The Crown Season 6 Part 2: New trailer and start of the final six episodes on Netflix

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The first four episodes of The Crown season 6 are online. When will Netflix make the second part of the season available?

For more than six years now, “The Crown” has been one of the most popular drama series on Netflix. In addition to the praise from critics and the numerous awards – including seven Emmy awards, including Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best Lead and Best Supporting Actor – it is above all the huge audience response that has ensured the royal series continues. As originally planned, the series will now conclude with season 6 and hopefully bring the stories from the British royal family to a crowning conclusion.

The Crown Season 6 Part 2: When will the final episodes go online?

Following the extensive cast changes and the difficult filming conditions during the coronavirus pandemic, season 5 was already a long time coming. In the meantime, season 6 also had to take a break – out of condolence to the late Queen Elizabeth II and her family.

With a first teaser, Netflix announced that the final season of “The Crown” will be released in two halves:

  • Episodes 1 to 4 from November 16, 2023, starting at 9 a.m.
  • Episodes 5 to 10 from December 14, 2023, from 9 am.

So if you devour the first four episodes straight after the start, you’ll have to be patient for around a month until season 6 part 2 continues. The latest trailer is already getting you in the mood for the grand finale:

The Crown Season 6: Who’s in it and how does it end?

Season 6 will take the British royal family into the 2000s. This also means that we will see a large part of the cast from season 5 again. The final episodes of season 6 will once again feature Imelda Staunton as Queen Elizabeth II, Jonathan Pryce as Prince Philip and Leslie Manville in the role of Princess Margaret. Elisabeth Debicki will also return as Lady Di, although she will leave the series following her fatal accident in 1997. In terms of content, it will also be about the royal family’s harsh handling of her death. The Queen’s golden jubilee and the war in Iraq could also be addressed. As we now know, the budding relationship between Prince William (Ed McVey) and Kate Middleton (Meg Bellamy) will also play a role. A few first snapshots of the two have already been published via social media:

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