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The Crown full TV Series | o2tvseries

Nov. 04, 2016
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Seasons and episodes

1Season 1 Nov. 04, 2016
2Season 2 Dec. 08, 2017
3Season 3 Nov. 17, 2019
4Season 4 Nov. 15, 2020

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Cast

Olivia Colman isQueen Elizabeth II
Queen Elizabeth II
Tobias Menzies isPrince Philip
Prince Philip
Helena Bonham Carter isPrincess Margaret
Princess Margaret
Josh O'Connor isPrince Charles
Prince Charles
Emma Corrin isPrincess Diana
Princess Diana
Marion Bailey isQueen Elizabeth the Queen Mother
Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother
Erin Doherty isPrincess Anne
Princess Anne

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Synopsis

The Crown full TV Series is a good thing to watch. The gripping, decades-spanning inside story of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the Prime Ministers who shaped Britain’s post-war destiny. The Crown tells the inside story of two of the most famous addresses in the world – Buckingham Palace and 10 Downing Street – and the intrigues, love lives and machinations behind the great events that shaped the second half of the 20th century. Two houses, two courts, one Crown. The Crown full TV Series from o2tvseries is a good TV Series to watch.

Storyline of The Crown full TV Series | o2tvseries

In this series, Queen Elizabeth II is portrayed as opposing Princess Margaret‘s proposed marriage to Group Captain Peter Townsend, on the grounds that he was divorced. This is a common public misconception. However, papers in the National Archives, which were made public in 2004, show that the Queen and Anthony Eden, the British Prime Minster at the time, drew up an agreement to allow the marriage to take place as long as Princess Margaret renounced her right, and that of her children, to the throne. Nevertheless, Margaret announced, three days after the agreement had been finalized, that she would not marry Townsend after all. Chernobyl Series Download O2tvseries

The first season of this show proceeds with its storylines on Edward VIII’s abdication and later treatment by the royal family and British government without revealing the extent to which that treatment was colored by his and his wife’s sympathy to (and possible collusion with) the Nazis and Adolf Hitler. The extent of these actions was detailed in British government files (the Marburg and Windsor Files) that were suppressed by Sir Winston Churchill on national security grounds and not published until 1957.

They revealed not only the extent of Edward and Wallis’ Nazi sympathies, but also the details of a bizarre Nazi plot to overthrow King George VI during World War II and reinstall Edward as king of England, this time as Hitler’s puppet. This element of Edward and Wallis’ characters was addressed in greater detail during the show’s second season.

Season Three portrays the Queen’s interaction with her art advisor, Anthony Blunt, and the revelation that Blunt had been a Soviet spy, of which she was informed in 1964. Blunt is played by Samuel West, who previously portrayed him in Cambridge Spies (2003). In addition, West is the son of Prunella Scales, who played the Queen in Screen One: A Question of Attribution (1991), an earlier drama which also focused on the Queen’s relationship with Blunt and covered the revelation of his espionage.

Several actresses in the series have previously played other English queens. Claire Foy (Queen Elizabeth II) starred as Anne Boleyn in Wolf Hall (2015). As well as this, Victoria Hamilton (Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother) played Queen Victoria in Victoria & Albert (2001). Eileen Atkins, who is playing Queen Mary of Teck for the second time (she previously starred as the monarch in Bertie and Elizabeth (2002)), played Eleanor of Aquitaine (wife of Henry II) in Robin Hood (2010). In addition to these portrayals, Kate Phillips (Venetia Scott) played Jane Seymour (third wife of Henry VIII) in Wolf Hall (2015). In the series, her character supplants Anne Boleyn played by Claire Foy.

Conclusion

The Crown is simply a brilliant piece of television. It’s one of the most expensive shows ever made and you can tell because the production and attention to detail is amazing. I originally put off watching this because I thought it was a show aimed from women but I couldn’t have been more wrong. It is for everyone! Even when they changed the main characters in Season 3 because of the time jump it didn’t lose a beat. Both Claire Foy and Olivia Colman both lead amazing casts who all deserve all the praise this show gets. You Should watch this TV Series for sure. The Crown full TV Series is a must watch from o2tvseries.

The Crown full TV Series | o2tvseries
The Crown full TV Series | o2tvseries
The Crown full TV Series | o2tvseries
The Crown full TV Series | o2tvseries
The Crown full TV Series | o2tvseries
The Crown full TV Series | o2tvseries
The Crown full TV Series | o2tvseries
The Crown full TV Series | o2tvseries
The Crown full TV Series | o2tvseries
The Crown full TV Series | o2tvseries
Original title The Crown
TMDb Rating 8.2 639 votes
First air date Nov. 04, 2016
Last air date Nov. 15, 2020
Seasons 4
Episodes 40
Average Duration 52 minutes

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