‘The Crown’ Netflix sequence pauses manufacturing after Queen Elizabeth II loss of life – Nationwide



“The Crown,” Netflix’s acclaimed sequence about Queen Elizabeth II and her household, has paused manufacturing as a result of monarch’s loss of life.

A spokesperson for the sequence mentioned manufacturing was paused on Friday “as a mark of respect” and also will be suspended on the day of the queen’s funeral.

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The present is in manufacturing on its sixth season. Its first two seasons starred Claire Foy because the younger princess Elizabeth ascending to the throne and progressively rising into her function as monarch, and seasons three and 4 featured Olivia Colman as a extra mature queen. The present has progressively moved nearer to present occasions. Netflix just lately revealed casting of the actors who’re taking part in Prince William and his spouse Kate within the sixth season.

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Its fifth season, with Imelda Staunton taking part in the queen, will premiere in November.

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The present has gained 22 Emmy Awards thus far, together with one excellent drama sequence trophy and finest drama actress honors for Foy and Colman. Josh O’Connor, who performed Prince Charles in 13 episodes, additionally gained one of the best drama actor Emmy for his portrayal of the long run king as a younger man.

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