While there were numerous fictions about the British crown, The Crown is the series preferred by the public and the one that came closest to showing the truth of royalty. With its history it covers all the details of the reign of Elizabeth II. Or rather, almost all of them: there is a part of the facts that you will omit and that will be picked up by a movie that promises to go around the world. What is it about?
The next Monday, September 6 at 8 p.m. local time, will be released Harry & Meghan: Escaping the Palace. The English film for television will be broadcast by the channel Lifetime and is part of a series of tapes especially dedicated to the royal couple. The trilogy is completed Harry & Meghan: A royal romance (2018) and Harry & Meghan: Becoming Royal (2019).
The production, which has a Jordan Dean like Harry and Sydney Morton Like Meghan, she will seek to portray the couple’s most recent events including their explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey and the scandals surrounding her departure from London to live in Los Angeles.
The Movie That Will Show What The Crown Didn’t Animate
This contemporary part of the story is not in The Crown for chronological reasons, but it will not be in future seasons either. The creator Peter Morgan it plans to continue through the sixth installment and run through early 2000. Why not continue until today? Suzanne Mackie, executive producer, confirmed this in an interview with the podcast called Broadcast
The executive producer explained that Morgan needs a perspective from “10 years” What “minimum amount of time to see something in a historical context, to allow you to really understand it”. That is why he ruled out any possibility of including the Megxit in The Crown.
The decision is also a relief for Netflix due to the conflict of interest that may exist as Harry has been a partner of the streaming platform since 2020. In recent months, Isabel’s grandson has launched himself as a promoter of reality shows and documentaries that seek to educate and raise awareness in society.
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