THE CROWN Season 6 – Review by Susan Granger

Season 6 of The Crown focuses on the aftermath of death of Princess Diana (Elizabeth Debicki), the demise of Princess Margaret (Lesley Manville), the Prince William (Ed McVey)/Kate Middleton (Meg Bellamy) college courtship, Prince Charles (Dominic West)/Camilla Parker Bowles’ (Olivia Williams) marriage, and the growing resentment/rebellion of Prince Harry (Luther Ford), including his Nazi costume scandal.

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THE CROWN Season 5 – Review by Susan Granger

Unfortunately, the fifth season of The Crown is tarnished, not only because it documents a low-point or ‘annus horribilis’ in Queen Elizabeth’s reign but primarily because of inept casting. What’s most revealing is how Egyptian multimillionaire Mohamad Al Fayed (Salim Daw) hired King Edward VIII’s Bahamian valet, dignified Sidney Johnson (Jude Akuuwudike), to teach him British customs/manners, enabling Al Fayed to introduce Diana to his movie producer son Dodi.

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