The premiere date of the fifth season of "The Crown" was announced

The premiere date of the fifth season of "The Crown" was announced
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Netflix announced the premiere date for the fifth season of the series "The Crown" during an online Tudum event on Saturday, September 24, 2022. The drama about the British royal family is set to return with a new season on November 9, 2022 with a new cast.
Imelda Staunton will replace Olivia Colman as Queen Elizabeth II, and Jonathan Pryce will play her husband, Prince Philip. Dominic West will appear as Prince Charles, Elizabeth Debicki will reprise her role as Princess Diana and Leslie Menville as her sister, Princess Margaret. Johnny Lee Miller will play Prime Minister John Major. The action in season five is believed to unfold in the 1990s.
Although the writers and producers, including the show's creator Peter Morgan, remain silent as always about what real-life events in the lives of members of the royal family they plan to bring to the screen, the casting indicates that the narrative will focus on Princess Diana and her demise, among other things. Salim Dow has been cast as billionaire Mohammed Al-Fayed, the father of Dodi Al-Fayed (Khalid Abdallah) who was romantically involved with Princess Diana. The lovers were killed in a 1997 car crash in Paris.
The Crown" ("The Crown"). Release Date - 04.11.2016
Although the series has been very popular since its debut, the death of Queen Elizabeth II in September of this year sparked a new wave of interest in "The Crown." According to analytics company Whip Media, the show's U.K. audience increased more than 800 percent between Friday and Sunday (Sept. 9-11) following the queen's death. In the U.S., viewership of the series quadrupled and in France it tripled. Worldwide, interest in "The Crown" quadrupled.