The Crown (2016 — 2022)

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TitleThe Crown
Year2016 — 2022
CountryUnited Kingdom
GenreDrama (TV Shows)
Run Time58 min
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The Crown portrays the life of Queen Elizabeth II from her wedding in 1947 to Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, until the early 21st century. The Crown has been praised by critics for its acting, directing, writing, cinematography, and production values, though its historical inaccuracies have received some criticism, particularly within the fourth season. It has received numerous accolades, including a total of sixty-three Primetime Emmy Award nominations for its first four seasons, winning twenty-one, including Outstanding Drama Series for its fourth season, and seven awards for the cast. The first season depicts events up to 1955, with Winston Churchill resigning as prime minister and the Queen’s sister Princess Margaret deciding not to marry Peter Townsend. The second season covers the Suez Crisis in 1956, leading to the retirement of Prime Minister Anthony Eden; the retirement of Prime Minister Harold Macmillan in 1963, following the scandal of the Profumo affair; and the birth of Prince Edward in 1964.

The third season covers 1964 to 1977, beginning with Harold Wilson’s election as prime minister and ending with her Silver Jubilee, also covering Edward Heath’s time as prime minister. Camilla Shand is also introduced. The fourth season is set during Margaret Thatcher’s period as prime minister from 1979 to 1990, and also focuses on Lady Diana Spencer.

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The Crown
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Cast:

Claire Foy Claire Foy
Queen Elizabeth II (1-2)
Olivia Colman Olivia Colman
Queen Elizabeth II (3-4)
Matt Smith Matt Smith
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (1-2)
Tobias Menzies Tobias Menzies
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (3-4)
Vanessa Kirby Vanessa Kirby
Princess Margaret (1-2)
Helena Bonham Carter Helena Bonham Carter
Princess Margaret (3-4)
Jeremy Northam Jeremy Northam
Anthony Eden (1-2)
John Lithgow John Lithgow
Winston Churchill (1-3)
Victoria Hamilton Victoria Hamilton
Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother (1-2)
Marion Bailey Marion Bailey
Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother ( 3-4)
Ben Miles Ben Miles
Peter Townsend (1-2)
Greg Wise Greg Wise
Lord Mountbatten (1-2)
Charles Dance Charles Dance
Lord Mountbatten (3-4)
Jared Harris Jared Harris
King George VI (1-2)
Alex Jennings Alex Jennings
Prince Edward, Duke of Windsor (1-2)
Derek Jacobi Derek Jacobi
Prince Edward, Duke of Windsor (3)
Lia Williams Lia Williams
Wallis, Duchess of Windsor (1-2)
Geraldine Chaplin Geraldine Chaplin
Wallis, Duchess of Windsor (3)
Eileen Atkins Eileen Atkins
Queen Mary (1)
Anton Lesser Anton Lesser
Harold MacMillan (2)
Matthew Goode Matthew Goode
Antony Armstrong-Jones (2)
Ben Daniels Ben Daniels
Antony Armstrong-Jones (3)
Erin Doherty Erin Doherty
Anne, Princess Royal (3-4)
Josh O'Connor Josh O'Connor
Charles, Prince of Wales (3-4)
Emerald Fennell Emerald Fennell
Camilla Shand (3-4)
Andrew Buchan Andrew Buchan
Andrew Parker Bowles (3-4)
Jason Watkins Jason Watkins
Harold Wilson (3)
Jane Lapotaire Jane Lapotaire
Princess Alice of Battenberg (3)
Michael Maloney Michael Maloney
Edward Heath (3)
Gillian Anderson Gillian Anderson
Margaret Thatcher (4)
Emma Corrin Emma Corrin
Diana, Princess of Wales (4)
Stephen Boxer Stephen Boxer
Denis Thatcher (4)

The Crown portrays the life of Queen Elizabeth II from her wedding in 1947 to Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, until the early 21st century. The Crown has been praised by critics for its acting, directing, writing, cinematography, and production values, though its historical inaccuracies have received some criticism, particularly within the fourth season. It has received numerous accolades, including a total of sixty-three Primetime Emmy Award nominations for its first four seasons, winning twenty-one, including Outstanding Drama Series for its fourth season, and seven awards for the cast. The first season depicts events up to 1955, with Winston Churchill resigning as prime minister and the Queen’s sister Princess Margaret deciding not to marry Peter Townsend. The second season covers the Suez Crisis in 1956, leading to the retirement of Prime Minister Anthony Eden; the retirement of Prime Minister Harold Macmillan in 1963, following the scandal of the Profumo affair; and the birth of Prince Edward in 1964.

The third season covers 1964 to 1977, beginning with Harold Wilson’s election as prime minister and ending with her Silver Jubilee, also covering Edward Heath’s time as prime minister. Camilla Shand is also introduced. The fourth season is set during Margaret Thatcher’s period as prime minister from 1979 to 1990, and also focuses on Lady Diana Spencer.

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