The Crown is a biographical drama television series, created and written by Peter Morgan and produced by Left Bank Pictures and Sony Pictures Television for Netflix . The Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom . The first season covers the period between the Queen’s marriage to Philip, Duke of Edinburgh in 1947 to the disintegration of her sister Princess Margaret’s commitment to Peter Townsend in 1955. A second season has been commissioned,
The Crown evolved out of Morgan’s 2006 film The Queen and 2013 stage play The Audience . The series is intended to last 60 episodes over six seasons, with 10 one-hour episodes per season, covering the Queen’s entire life, and with new actors being cast every two seasons. Claire Foy portrays the Queen in the first two seasons, alongside Matt Smith as Prince Philip and Vanessa Kirby as Princess Margaret. Filming for the series takes up at Elstree Studios in Borehamwood , Hertfordshire, with rental shooting at various locations Throughout The United Kingdom.
The first season Entire Was released one Netflix November 4, 2016. Its reception Was overwhelmingly positive, with critics praising cast performance, direction, writing, cinematography, producing capital gains , and the Relatively accurate historical accounts of Queen Elizabeth’s reign. Significant praise was directed towards the performance of Foy in the leading role and John Lithgow as Winston Churchill , and Foy received the Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Actress and Lithgow the Best Actor at the 23rd Screen Actors Guild Awards , among other accolades, including at The 74th Golden Globe Awards and the 7th Critics’
The Crown traces the life of Queen Elizabeth II from her wedding in 1947 to the present day. The first season of the 1955, with Claire Foy portraying the Queen in the early part of her reign.  The second season is intended to cover the Suez Crisis in 1956 through the retirement of the Queen’s third Prime Minister, Harold Macmillan , in 1963 following the Profumo affair political scandal .   A third season will include Princess Margaret’s five-year affair with Baronet and Gardening Expert Roddy Llewellyn . 
- Claire Foy as Princess Elizabeth and later Queen Elizabeth II 
- Matt Smith as Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh , Elizabeth’s husband 
- Vanessa Kirby as Princess Margaret , Elizabeth’s younger sister 
- Eileen Atkins as Queen Mary , Elizabeth’s grandmother 
- Victoria Hamilton as Queen Elizabeth, George VI and Elizabeth’s wife’s mother, later Known As Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother , to Differentiate her from her daughter, Elizabeth, her daughter after-est devenu Queen 
- Alex Jennings as Edward, Duke of Windsor , formerly King Edward VIII, who had abdicated in favor of his younger brother Bertie to marry Wallis Simpson; Known to his family as David
- Lia Williams as Wallis, Duchess of Windsor , the wife of Edward
- Jeremy Northam as Anthony Eden , the Foreign Secretary , who succeeds Churchill as Prime Minister 
- Ben Miles as Group Captain Peter Townsend , George VI’s equerry , who hopes to marry Princess Margaret 
- Greg Wise as Louis Mountbatten, 1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma , Philip’s ambitious uncle and great-grandson of Queen Victoria
- Jared Harris as King George VI , Elizabeth’s father, known to his family as Bertie 
- Stephen Dillane as Graham Sutherland , painted a portrait of the aging Churchill
- John Lithgow as Winston Churchill , the Queen’s first Prime Minister 
- Harry Hadden-Paton as Martin Charteris
- Andy Sanderson as Prince Henry 
- Michael Culkin as Rab Butler 
- Nicholas Rowe as Jock Colville 
- Harriet Walter as Clementine Churchill 
- Pip Torrens as Tommy Lascelles
- Simon Chandler as Clement Attlee
- Clive Francis as Lord Salisbury
- Patrick Ryecart as Duke of Norfolk
- Nicholas Jones as Lord Moran
- Paul Sheridan as Eden’s Help 
- David Shields as Colin Tennant 
- Kate Phillips as Venetia Scott
- Matthew Goode as Antony Armstrong-Jones , a photographer who marries Princess Margaret. 
- Michael C. Hall as John F. Kennedy , the 35th President of the United States .  
- Jodi Balfour as Jacqueline Kennedy , the First Lady of the United States. 
- Anton Lesser as Prime Minister Harold Macmillan , who followed Anthony Eden as Prime Minister. 
Season 1 (2016)
|title||Directed by||Written by||Original release date|
|1||1||“Wolferton Splash”||Stephen Daldry||Peter Morgan||November 4, 2016|
|In 1947 Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark gives his royal titles and all foreign relations in order to marry Princess Elizabeth, heiress presumptive of King George VI . The couple have two children together, Charlesand Anne , and live in Malta , where Philip serves as a Lieutenant Commander in the Royal Navy. They returned to London in 1951 when the King had to undergo lung surgery; Soon after, he learns he has months to live due to a malignant tumor in his remaining lung. Elizabeth will soon be Queen, he counsels Philip on how best to help his wife in the challenge ahead. Meanwhile,|
|2||2||“Hyde Park Corner”||Stephen Daldry||Peter Morgan||November 4, 2016|
|Due to King Elizabeth and Philip tour the Commonwealth in his place. While They are in Kenya on safari the King is found dead in His bed, to the devastation de son wife Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother , His Mother Queen Mary , and Elizabeth’s sister Princess Margaret . In the African bush, Elizabeth is unreachable and the event is spread via radio to the world before she can be informed. Philip and his wife, who have been married to her husband and wife.|
|3||3||“Windsor”||Philip Martin||Peter Morgan||November 4, 2016|
|Through flashbacks, the abdication of King Edward is explored. In 1952, Edward, now known by the title of Duke of Windsor, returns to the UK for his brother’s funeral. There is deep antipathy between the Duke and his mother, Queen Mary, and sister-in-law. Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, who he nicknames ‘Cookie’, in his letters to his wife Wallis , largely because of the effect that his relinquishing Of the Crown had on his brother. Elizabeth meets with Churchill and discusses two of Philip’s first family memories of the Mountbatten, and secondly, they stay at Clarence House rather than moving to Buckingham Palace . Churchill is reluctant to bend to either demand, And the counsel of her uncle Edward convinces Elizabeth to drop the requests, to Philip’s fury. Churchill also pushes back Elizabeth’s coronation to over a year away, which Elizabeth recognizes to be safe his own power against his party,|
|4||4||“Act of God”||Julian Jarrold||Peter Morgan||November 4, 2016|
|A great smog covers London, which Churchill deems an Act of God and mere weather. People begin dying from the suffocating air and from accidents caused by low visibility. Elizabeth is pressured to ask Churchill to step down, but is reluctant as royalty does not usually involve itself with the affairs of government. Philip’s flying lessons at his Cabinet meeting. ( Kate Phillips ), his favored secretary, is hit and missed by a bus due to bad visibility. Deeply saddened, Churchill visits the hospital to see her body, Where he sees the chaos and difficulty caused by the smog. The press arrives and Churchill makes an impassioned speech promising more funding and a longer term approach to preventing future smog. Elizabeth changes her mind after the fog clears, moments before their meeting. Meanwhile Philip carries on his flying lessons from the Royal Family’s help, Group Captain Peter Townsend.|
|5||5||“Smoke and Mirrors”||Philip Martin||Peter Morgan||November 4, 2016|
|Queen Mary dies, prompt the Duke of Windsor to make another return trip. He clashes with Elizabeth’s Private Secretary Tommy Lascelles when he asks Edward is not waiting for the upcoming coronation, and informs him that his wife will not receive an invitation. Elizabeth places Philip in charge of her coronation , and he upsets most of the committee with his insistence that it should be a modern affair, notably deciding to televise the event. He also requests that he should not have to kneel to Elizabeth while she is being crowned, a request which she refuses, causing unrest between the couple about the line between Queen and wife. Elizabeth is crowned at Westminster Abbey , while Edward hosts a viewing of the coronation from his house in Paris .|
|6||6||“Gelignite”||Julian Jarrold||Peter Morgan||November 4, 2016|
|Princess Margaret and Group Captain Peter Townsend. The Queen’s permission to marry, but Tommy Lascelles and the Queen Mother are against it. A newspaper gets wind of the story, and starts publishing articles about the relationship. The Queen Margaret Originally promised to support, we aim reflection Explains That It must wait up to Margaret is 25, thanks to the Royal Marriages Act 1772 . Elizabeth and Philip take Peter with them on a trip to Northern Ireland to show their support, before he is due to head to Brussels on duty. But the popularity shown to Peter by the press and public causes Tommy Lascelles to recommend that the posting to Brussels happen early, Before Margaret returns from a trip to Southern Rhodesia . This affects the Queen’s relationship with her sister forever.|
|7||7||“Scientia Potentia Est”||Benjamin Caron||Peter Morgan||November 4, 2016|
|The Soviet Union detonates their first hydrogen bomb , sparking an international crisis. With American President Dwight Eisenhower planning to visit Britain, Churchill urges an international summit to avert tension, but falls victim to a stroke which inhibits his ability to govern – and which helps keep it secret from the Queen. Elizabeth ponders whether to replace the retiring Tommy Lascelles with her preferred choice, Martin Charteris , or Michael Adeane , Lascelles’ senior deputy, as her private secretary. She also engages a private tutor (Alan Williams) to improve her practical education in science and related subjects,|
|8||8||“Pride & Joy”||Philip Martin||Peter Morgan||November 4, 2016|
|With Elizabeth and Philip away on a stressful tour of the Commonwealth, Margaret takes on more royal engagements, with mixed results. The Queen Mother goes to Scotland to reflect on her new position in the Royal Family, and ends up buying a castle . Frustrated at being used as a ‘prop’ and after days of nonstop work, Philip finally loses his temper and he and Elizabeth get in a massive fight that is recorded by photographers outside the home they’re staying in. While Elizabeth is able to convince the paparazzi to hand over the recording, the two are unable to resolve the argument, realizing they must pretend to have a stable relationship for the sake of the public. Winston Churchill visits Margaret and her friends, As Margaret is trying to give them, as that only creates problems, and tells her she will not be taking on Elizabeth’s royal engagements. Elizabeth (King George’s pride) and Margaret (King George’s joy) declare their mutual envy; Margaret is jealous of Elizabeth’s ‘queenly’ status, and Elizabeth is envious of Margaret’s freedom and likable personality.|
|9||9||“Assassins”||Benjamin Caron||Peter Morgan||November 4, 2016|
|Philip begins spending more and more time out of the house, while Elizabeth begins to spend more time with her horse racing manager Lord Porchester (“Porchie”), a life-long friend of the Royal Family who had expected Elizabeth to marry . As tension arises, including Elizabeth having a direct line put in for Porchie to call Buckingham Palace, Elizabeth and Philip have an angry confrontation. Afterwards, Elizabeth tells Philip that, to the disappointment of many, the only man she has ever loved in her entire life was Philip. Churchill’s 80th birthday, Philip mouthes a silent apology to Elizabeth, but the continuing tension. Graham Sutherlandpaints Churchill ‘ S portrait as an 80th birthday gift from Parliament, but Churchill hates its unflattering accuracy and, after a confrontation with Sutherland, admits his pain at what aging has done to him. The painting is later destroyed on the instruction of his wife, Clementine.|
|10||10||“Gloriana”||Philip Martin||Peter Morgan||November 4, 2016|
|Elizabeth faces a climax to Margaret’s relationship with Peter Townsend. The Queen learns that, contrary to her expectation, Margaret’s marriage requires consent of Parliament even after she reaches the age of 25, conflicting with Elizabeth’s pledge to support their marriage. Torn between the public support for Margaret, opposition from Parliament and the Church of England and her own conflicted feelings towards her sister, Elizabeth tries persuading Margaret that the relationship may come at too high a price. The Queen Mother Complain to Elizabeth that Philip dominates and is too hard on Charles. Elizabeth, at the suggestion of Tommy Lascelles and the Queen Mother, Asks Philip to open the 1956 Summer Olympics in Melbourne in Elizabeth’s shadow. Anthony Eden becomes Prime Minister on Churchill’s resignation and becomes trapped in an escalating dispute with Egyptian President Gamel Abdel Nasser (Amir Boutrous) over rights to the Suez Canal . A Philip’s trip, Philip’s trip, Elizabeth suggests he is thankful that everyone is trying to help him find a public role but Philip tells Elizabeth not to disguise a betrayal as a favor. S resignation and becomes trapped in an escalating dispute with Egyptian president Gamel Abdel Nasser (Amir Boutrous) over rights to the Suez Canal . A Philip’s trip, Philip’s trip, Elizabeth suggests he is thankful that everyone is trying to help him find a public role but Philip tells Elizabeth not to disguise a betrayal as a favor. S resignation and becomes trapped in an escalating dispute with Egyptian president Gamel Abdel Nasser (Amir Boutrous) over rights to the Suez Canal . A Philip’s trip, Philip’s trip, Elizabeth suggests he is thankful that everyone is trying to help him find a public role but Philip tells Elizabeth not to disguise a betrayal as a favor.|
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|11||1||TBA||Philip Martin ||TBA||November 2017 |
Peter Morgan , who wrote the 2006 film The Queen and the 2013 stage play The Audience , is the main scriptwriter for The Crown .  Stephen Daldry , Philip Martin , Julian Jarrold , and Benjamin Caron are the directors of the television series .  The first 10-part season was the most expensive drama produced by Netflix and Left Bank Pictures to date, costing at least £ 100 million.     A second season has been commissioned,   with the series intended to span 60 episodes over six seasons.  The series is expected to recast each and every role, as the series progresses to present day events. 
Filming for the series takes up at Elstree Studios in Borehamwood , Hertfordshire. It was estimated that 25% of the first season was filmed at Elstree Studios, with the remaining 75% filmed on location, with the season filmed over 152 days. Sets for private quarters, and the exterior of 10 Downing Street were built at Elstree Studios,   while Lancaster House , Wrotham Park and Wilton House were used for scenes to double As Buckingham Palace . Ely Cathedral stood in for Westminster Abbey , while filming in South Africa doubled as Kenya in the season.
The Queen and Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden forced Princess Margaret to give up the idea of Marrying Group Captain Peter Townsend. In reality, evidence shows they have a plan to remove the hurdle holding up the marriage. In contradiction to the TV dramatization this plan would have allowed Princess Margaret to keep her royal title and her civil list allowance, stay in the country and even continue with her public duties. The Royal Marriages Act 1772. The Royal Marriages Act 1772 . 
The reenactment of the King’s surgery to remove a lung tumor Was Researched and planned by Pankaj Chandak , specialist registrar in transplant surgery, Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital, London. Mr Chandak and his surgical team then became part of the real scene. 
The series’ first two episodes Were released theatrically in the United Kingdom on November 1, 2016.  The first season Was released worldwide in icts Entirety on November 4, 2016.   The second season is expected to be Released in November 2017. 
The review aggregator website The Rotten Tomatoes has a 90% approval rating based on 8.7 / 10. The website’s critical consensus reads, “Powerful performance and lavish cinematography make The Crown a top-notch production worthy of its great subject.”  On Metacritic , the series holds a score of 81 out of 100, based on 29 critics, indicating “universal acclaim”. 
The Guardian ‘ s TV critic Lucy Mangan praised the series and said, “Netflix can rest assured that its 100m gamble has paid off. This first series, about good old British phlegm from first to last, is the crowning achievement. ”  Writing for The Daily Telegraph , Ben Lawrence said, “ The Crown is a PR triumph for the Windsors , a compassionate piece of work that humanises them in a way that has never been seen before. , An intelligent comment on the effects of the constitution on their personal lives and a fascinating account of postwar Britain all rolled into one. ”  Chief television critic Jaci Stephen of The Mail on Sunday lauded the series and said, “Faultless is the only word for the Crown with its exquisite writing and magnificent acting.”  Writing for The Boston Globe , Matthew Gilbert lauded the series saying, “The show, created and written by Peter Morgan of The Queen and Frost / Nixon is thoroughly engaging, gorgeously shot, beautifully acted, England, and designed with a sharp eye to psychological nuance. ”  Vicki Hyman of the Star-Ledger said, “A sumptuous, stately goal never dull look inside the life of Queen Elizabeth (Claire Foy). ”  The AV Club ‘ s Gwen Ihnat Said,” The Crown Easily rises far Above, Adding a cinematic quality to a complex and intricate time for an intimate family. The performers and creators are seemingly up for the task. “ 
The Wall Street Journal critic Dorothy Rabinowitz said, “We’re clearly seeing the duke [of Windsor] as a wastrel with the heart.” Jennings is far too convincing as an empty-hearted scoundrel -but it’s a minor flaw in this superbly sustained work. ”  Television critic Robert Lloyd writing for Los Angeles Times said, “As television it’s excellent-beautifully mounted, movingly played and only mildly melodramatic.”  Hank Stuever of the Washington Post also positively series: “Pieces of the Crown are more brilliant on their own, intently Focused movies like The QueenReviews and another Morgan achievement, the play and film versions of Frost / Nixon . “  Neil Genzlinger of The New York Times Said,” This is a thoughtful series That lingerie manufacturers over death Rather than using it for shock value; One That finds icts story lines in small Power Struggles Rather than gruesome palace coups. “.  The Hollywood Reporter ‘ s Daniel Fienberg reviewed the series Positively and Said,” The first chapter of Peter Morgan’s chronicle of the rule of Queen Elizabeth II Remains gripping across the entirety of the 10 episodes made available to critics, finding both emotional heft in Elizabeth ‘
Some were more critical towards the show. In a less intense review for Time magazine, Daniel D’Addario wrote, “The show will be compared to Downton Abbey , but this late was able to invent ahistorical or at least unexpected notes, Foy [Clear] struggles mightily, but she’s Given little: Avoiding her children, her husband, and her subjects in favor of meetings at qui she Either acquiesce to her advisors or puts off acquiescing up to fifteen minutes later, The Crown ‘ . s Elizabeth is more than unknowable She’s a bore “.  Vulture ‘ s Matt Zoller Seitz quipped, ” The Crown never Entirely figures out how to make the political and domestic drama Genuinely dramatic, much less bestow complexity are characters outside England’s innermost circle. ”  Verne Gay of Newsday Said,” sumptuously Produced goal glacially told, The Crown is the TV Equivalent of a long drive through the English countryside. The scenery keeps changing, goal remains the Sami. ”  Slate magazine’s Willa Paskin, Expressed” It will scratch your period drama itch-and leave you itchy for action. ” Writing for The Mail on Sunday , Hugo Vickers , An English biographer of the Royal Family, Was of the opinion that “while [ The Crown ] holds the attention, it is marred by a series of sensationalist errors and some remarkable lapses into vulgarity.” 
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|2016||American Film Institute Awards||Top 10 TV Programs of the Year||The Crown||Won|||
|Critics’ Choice Television Awards||Best Drama Series||Nominated|||
|Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series||John Lithgow||Won|
|Best Guest Performer in a Drama Series||Jared Harris||Nominated|
|Hollywood Music in Media Awards||Best Main Title – TV Show / Digital Streaming Series||Hans Zimmer||Nominated|| |
|2017||Golden Globe Awards||Best Television Series – Drama||The Crown||Won|||
|Best Actress – Television Series Drama||Claire Foy||Won|
|Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film||John Lithgow||Nominated|
|Screen Actors Guild Awards||Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series||Won|||
|Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series||Claire Foy||Won|
|Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series||Cast of The Crown||Nominated|
|Art Directors Guild Awards||One-Hour Period or Fantasy Single-Camera Television Series||Martin Childs||Nominated|||
|American Cinema Editors Awards||Best Edited One Hour Series for Non-Commercial Television||Yan Miles (for “Assassins”)||Nominated|||
|Satellite Awards||Best Television Series – Drama||The Crown||Won|||
|Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film||Jared Harris||Nominated|
|Costume Designers Guild Awards||Outstanding Period Television Series||Michele Clapton||Won|||
|Dorian Awards||TV Drama of the Year||The Crown||Nominated|
|TV Performance of the Year – Actress||Claire Foy||Nominated|
|Broadcasting Press Guild Awards||Best Online First / Streaming||The Crown||Won|| |
|Best Actor||Matt Smith||Nominated|
|Best Actress||Claire Foy||Nominated|
|Best Writer||Peter Morgan||Nominated|
|Irish Film and Television Awards||Best Editing||Úna Ní Dhonghaíle||Nominated|||
|Location Managers Guild Awards||Outstanding Locations in Period Television||Pat Karam, Robert Bentley||Won|||
|BAFTA Television Craft Awards||Best Costume Design||Michele Clapton||Won|| |
|Best Director: Fiction||Stephen Daldry||Nominated|
|Best Photography and Lightning: Fiction||Adriano Goldman||Nominated|
|Best Production Design||Martin Childs||Nominated|
|Best Special, Visual and Graphic Effects||Úna Ní Dhonghaíle, Molinare||Won|
|Best Title and Graphic Identity||Patrick Clair, Raoul Marks||Nominated|
|Best Writer: Drama||Peter Morgan||Nominated|
|BAFTA Television Awards||Best Drama Series||The Crown||Nominated|||
|Best Actress||Claire Foy||Nominated|
|Best Supporting Actor||John Lithgow||Nominated|
|Best Supporting Actress||Vanessa Kirby||Nominated|
|Glamor Awards||Best UK TV Actress||Won|||
|TCA Awards||Outstanding Achievement in Drama||The Crown||Pending|||
|Outstanding New Program||Pending|
|Individual Achievement in Drama||Claire Foy||Pending|
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