The Crown Ending Explained: Here are All the Details About the Series!

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The Crown Ending Explained

The Crown is a Netflix historical drama television series about Queen Elizabeth II’s reign that was created and primarily written by Peter Morgan and produced by Left Bank Pictures and Sony Pictures Television. 

Morgan adapted it from his drama film The Queen (2006) and, in particular, his stage plays The Audience (2013). The first season spans the years 1947 to 1955, from Elizabeth’s marriage to Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, to the dissolution of her sister Princess Margaret’s engagement to Group Captain Peter Townsend.

The Crown Ending Explained

The Crown Season 5 Ending Explained *spoilers*

The Crown season 5 finale, ‘Decommissioned,’ begins with Dodi Fayed (Khalid Abdalla) attempting to persuade his father Mohamed Al-Fayed (Salim Daw) to support him in purchasing a home in Malibu, Los Angeles.

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He plans to bring his girlfriend Kelly Fisher (Erin Richards) to London to meet him and wants to move in with her. Their meeting does not go as planned, as Mohamed lectures Dodi on his future plans and is unimpressed with his plans to buy a home in Los Angeles.

The conversation foreshadows a later one between Princess Diana (Elizabeth Debicki) and Al-Fayed following their attendance at the ballet. Diana admits to being depressed recently and intends to leave the country, while Prince Charles (Dominic West) plans a lavish party with Camilla Parker Bowles (Olivia Williams).

 She was denied security clearance to bring Prince Harry and Prince William to the United States, but Al-Fayed suggests they join them in St. Tropez instead.

The Crown Ending Explained

In other news, a live television debate over whether the monarchy should continue to exist has cast doubt on its future. Prince Charles is particularly troubled by the conclusions and brings it up at the Queen’s (Imelda Staunton) birthday. The celebration brings her entire family together, including Princess Margaret (Lesley Manville) and Prince Philip (Jonathan Pryce), to discuss the issue.

The Episode Review

The Crown has completed its fifth season, which featured Dodi Fayed, who had previously been a sweetheart in the series, transformed into a coke-snorting womanizer who sleeps with his girlfriend inside his father’s luxury jet.

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John Major, one of the Monarch’s preferred Prime Ministers, is stepping down. Charles is having difficulty accepting that he is flying in business class.

Unfortunately, the final episode is disjointed, riddled with clumsy metaphors, and contains situations devoid of realism. 

 Thankfully, it occasionally includes a phrase that will persuade you that the series can be snappy and funny, such as when Princess Anne learns that Tony Blair has offered a privately funded replacement for the royal yacht. “What are they implying?” she sighs. “Does McVitie’s biscuits sponsor HMY Britannia?”

The series concludes on a cliffhanger, as the director includes a terrifying scene of Diana’s terrified expression as she is pursued by the paparazzi. The conclusion falls short of bringing everything together with a bang.

 It’s a little disappointing because it doesn’t reveal enough, as if the drama’s writer, Peter Morgan, has moved on to the serious development of Diana’s tragedy in season six.

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