Queen Elizabeth II went down in history, long ago, not only for her reign but for being the longest-lived woman on the throne. 70 years ago she was crowned the monarch of England and, therefore, telling her life takes longer than an hour of documentary or film, which is why Peter Morgan decided to make The Crown in order to elaborate on the events that marked the life of the Windsors.
However, everything that captured The Crown On the small screen, he shaken the foundations of Buckingham Palace since, beyond the request of the monarchy, Morgan was in charge of telling every detail of what happened since Elizabeth II assumed the throne. The deceptions of Felipe de Edimburgo, the times that the Duke opposed his mandates, the bad relationship with Prince Carlos and the love controversies of the heir to the crown are some of the details that this series shows.
In fact, such is the success of Netflix’s most expensive fiction that, therefore, the platform decided to renew it for two more seasons, thus adding a fifth and a sixth. Last year, during the pandemic, the fourth edition was released where Lady Di, who was played by Emma Corrin, was included and took all the limelight, sinking the crown further.
However, it will be only in the fifth when the real problems, which stained the image of Elizabeth II and her family, will be reflected in the series. From the 90s to the 2000s, going through the annus horribilis of 92 and the death of Lady Diana in 97 are some of the historical events that Peter Morgan included in the new scripts that will soon begin to be produced.
However, many are already wondering if, in addition to the two parts that have already been confirmed, The Crown It will also have a seventh season to continue with the stories. But, Suzanne Mackie, the executive producer of the series explained why it is, at this time, impossible to renew the strip: “Peter has said very eloquently, that you just can’t write something unless there has been time to get a proper perspective”, he clarified.
Moreover, to deepen his explanation, he also said: “you have always felt that 10 years is the minimum amount of time you can see something in its historical context, to allow you to really understand it. I don’t think it deviates from that”. And, these words coincide with Morgan’s sayings of why he will not include the story of Meghan and Harry in The Crown.
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