Since its premiere on Netflix in 2016, “The Crown” has become one of the most popular and fascinating series about British royal history. Created by Peter Morgan, the series follows the life of Queen Elizabeth II and her royal family, from her marriage to Prince Philip to the most significant events of her reign.
The series has gained great popularity among viewers worldwide, particularly in the MENA region (Middle East and North Africa), where it is available on Netflix. Fans of the series have been transported into the fascinating world of the British monarchy, with all its intrigues and rivalries.
The first season of “The Crown” begins in 1947, with the marriage of Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip. It ends in 1955, when Queen Elizabeth II faces a significant political crisis. The series explores the relationships between the queen and members of her family, including her sister Princess Margaret, as well as the political and social events that shaped British history.
The second season covers the period from 1956 to 1964, marked by events such as the Suez crisis, the Profumo scandal, and the arrival of Prime Minister Harold Macmillan. The series also explores the complex relationship between the queen and her husband, as well as the evolution of British society during this period.
The third season of “The Crown” picks up in 1964 and covers the period from 1964 to 1977. It sees the arrival of the new queen of rock ‘n’ roll, the marriage of Princess Anne, and the turbulent relationship between the queen and Prime Minister Harold Wilson. The fourth season, released in November 2020, covers the period from 1977 to 1990 and focuses on the most significant events of the queen’s reign, including the relationship between Lady Diana Spencer and Prince Charles.
“The Crown” is an exceptional cinematic work that blends fiction and reality to tell the story of the British monarchy. With a talented cast, meticulous set and costume design, and a captivating narrative, the series is a true success.