5 Crown Series Release Dates Confirmed

The fifth season of Netflix’s royal drama “The Crown” has been announced to be released on November 9th.

The date was shared during Netflix’s Tudum global fan event to showcase upcoming series and movies from the streamer. This includes a sneak peek of Bridgerton’s third series and a first look at Shonda Rhimes’ Queen Charlotte: The Bridgerton Story. It focused on Queen Charlotte’s rise to prominence and power.

Crown traditionally launches in November, with future series starring Dominic West as Charles and Elizabeth Debicki as Diana.

The Crown’s fifth series launches on November 9 (Netflix).

Wire star West, 52, takes over the role of Charles from Josh O’Connor, and The Night Manager actress Debicki replaces Emma Corrin.

Imelda Staunton will take over the role of Queen from Olivia Colman, Jonathan Pryce will replace Tobias Menzies as Prince Phillip, and Leslie Manville will follow in Helena Bonham Carter’s footsteps to become Princess Margaret.

The Crown was scheduled to end after the fifth series, but the show’s creator and writer Peter Morgan later said it would be extended to include a sixth series.

Filming for The Crown’s latest series was halted after the death of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth, and in honor of her, filming was also halted on the day of her funeral.

The release date was just one of many announcements Netflix made during its Tudum event, with fans also showing Wednesday clips of Tim Burton. Jenna Ortega stars in the title role as Creepy Wednesday Her Addams.

Directed by Burton and starring Catherine Zeta-Jones as Morticia Adams, Luis Guzman as Gomez and Isaac Ordonez as Pugsley, the series follows a 16-year-old Wednesday as a student at Nevermore Academy. It will be published in November.

Fans also enjoyed clips from the second series of Netflix’s critically acclaimed fantasy series Shadow And Bone, based on Lee Verdugo’s global best-selling Grishevas novel. 5 Crown Series Release Dates Confirmed

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