The Crown will conclude with its upcoming sixth season, and Netflix finally gave us some crucial info about the show’s final chapter. They announced its premiere date in a newly released teaser and revealed it would be divided into two parts, set to premiere this fall.
The new teaser trailer for The Crown offered quite a walk down memory lane, showing Queen Elizabeth’s transformation as she climbs up the stairs to face the music, during what seems to be another turning point for the British monarchy.
Imelda Staunton will return as Queen Elizabeth in Season 6, but the new teaser also offers a glimpse of the previous actresses who played her: Claire Foy and Olivia Colman. The teaser opens with Foy delivering the speech about what the crown stands for and the life she had to put aside after taking on her duty as the queen.
In addition to Staunton, Jonathan Pryce (Prince Philip), Lesley Manville (Princess Margaret), Elizabeth Debicki (Princess Diana), Dominic West (Prince Charles), Salim Daw (Mohamed Al Fayed), and Khalid Abdalla (Dodi Fayed) will also return to their respective roles from the show’s previous season.
The Crown will return to Netflix on November 16 with four episodes, while the remaining six are set to premiere on December 14.