The crown in recent days, he has once again become the center of attention. Unsurprisingly, the death of Queen Elizabeth II on September 8 – bringing a 70-year reign to an end – sparked renewed interest in the popular series produced by netflix centered on the life of the monarch and other members of the royal family.
According to data analysis released by agency Whip Media, which has over 22 million registered users worldwide, between Friday September 9 and Sunday September 11, the show’s viewership in the UK alone increased dramatically, registering an increase of more than 800% compared to the previous week. As for the United States, last week’s ratings are rather quadruplewhile in France, as the agency reports, they would have tripled.
Ultimately, the sad event of the Queen’s passing resulted in the show’s average viewership increase nearly four times higher worldwide. A result that once again confirmsincredible popularity of the series launched in 2016 on the streaming platform.
The show’s first season is set in the late 1940s, just before Elizabeth was named Queen of England, while the fifth season is due out in November, which will feature an all-new cast. We’ll see Imelda Staunton in the role of Queen Elizabeth, Jonathan Price in the role of Prince Philip, Dominica West instead, it will be Prince Charles while Elisabeth Debicki will play Princess Diana. They complete the rest of the cast Olivia Williams like Camilla Parker Bowles and Johnny Lee Miller as Prime Minister John Major.
Production of what should be the sixth and final season of The crown. As of now, plot details for the sixth season have not yet been released, but it seems certain that it will focus on the period between the 90s and the early 2000s, shifting the focus to the Lady Diana’s tragic death in 1997 and how it was reflected in the relationship between members of the royal family. The cast of the new episodes will see the entrance of the sixteen-year-old Rufus Kampa as Prince Harry and the 21-year-old Ed McVey in the role of Prince William.
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