“The Crown” will return to its Netflix throne in early November, AP reported․
The drama series about Queen Elizabeth II and her extended family will begin its fifth season on Nov. 9, the streaming service said Saturday. The debut will come two months after the queen’s Sept. 8 death at the age of 96.
In the upcoming season, Imelda Staunton becomes the latest in a succession of actors who have played Elizabeth through the decades of her life and reign. The first two seasons starred Claire Foy as the young princess Elizabeth ascending to the throne and growing into her role as queen. Seasons three and four featured Olivia Colman as a more mature queen.
Season five of “The Crown” is expected to cover the royal family’s turbulent 1990s, when Prince Charles and Princess Diana’s marriage messily fell apart. The Princess of Wales died following a Paris car crash in August 1997.
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