“The greatest show ever in terms of biopic”: Fans Pay Homage to The Crown as the Netflix’s Show Officially Comes to an End With Season 6

As The Crown concludes with Season 6, fans express heartfelt homage, marking the end of a cherished era in TV history.

"The greatest show ever in terms of biopic": Fans Pay Homage to The Crown as the Netflix's Show Officially Comes to an End With Season 6

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  • Almost after 60 episodes, it’s time for The Crown to say goodbye.
  • Today, Netflix will drop the final six episodes of The Crown's Season 6.
  • It's confirmed that there won’t be the next and 7th season of the show, so the fans paid homage to its ending.
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The Crown is a historical TV series based on the reign of Queen Elizabeth II. It’s been going strong since 2016, but recently, its last season was released on Netflix in two volumes, marking its finale.

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Although the show’s historical inaccuracies have received some criticism in the past. The show has always been a critical hit for Netflix. And why wouldn’t it be? After all, it’s a compelling, well-written, and well-performed show.

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Claire Foy and Matt Smith in The Crown

It’s confirmed that there won’t be the next and 7th season of the show. And now fans paid homage to the its ending.

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The Crown‘s Grand Finale is Honored by Fans

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The Crown star Emma Corrin

Almost after 60 episodes, it’s time for The Crown to say goodbye. Today, Netflix will drop the final six episodes of The Crown‘s Season 6. Its ending will also mark the conclusion of a highly-watched, debated, and influential TV series.

The Crown‘s final season splits into two parts. Part 1 (Episodes 1-4) on November 16 was released on Netflix on November 16. Meanwhile, Part 2 (Episodes 5-10) will hit the streamer today, on December 14. Previously, Creator Peter Morgan had confirmed that season 5 would be the show’s last. But it extended to season 6. As he revealed later (via Deadline):

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“As we started to discuss the storylines for Series 5, it soon became clear that in order to do justice to the richness and complexity of the story we should go back to the original plan and do six seasons. To be clear, Series 6 will not bring us any closer to present-day—it will simply enable us to cover the same period in greater detail.”

So, now, as The Crown concludes with Season 6, fans express homage. Check out fans’ reactions over the end of an era.

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The farewell marks an emotional moment for viewers who have followed the series closely. Not only fans but the show’s creator is also grateful for the show’s fruitful ending.

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The Show’s Creator, Peter Morgan is Surprised and Grateful as The Crown Nears Its End

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Peter Morgan

In a recent interview with The New York Times, Morgan, 60, also paid emotional homage to the show. “I am really surprised that I’ve sustained it,” he said. “I do feel” — he paused for a while — “astonished, and grateful, and quite emotional that we got to the end.”

The British screenwriter finds The Crown‘s last season challenging due to the depiction of the events leading to Princess Diana’s death in 1997. The difficulty stems from the audience’s familiarity with these impactful events and images.

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Morgan revisited a similar period in his 2006 film, The Queen. It also focused on Queen Elizabeth’s (Helen Mirren) emotional response to Princess Diana’s death and its impact on the public. But Morgan was able to make it for the series, too.

The Crown is available to watch on Netflix.

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