The Crown was criticised for blurring the lines between fact and fiction. Netflix has now added a disclaimer to the series.
Imelda Staunton plays Queen Elizabeth II in The Crown 5.
By India Today Web Desk: Veteran actress Judy Dench had recently hit out at the makers of The Crown, a series abouthe the life and reign of British monarch Queen Elizabeth II, for being ‘cruely unjust’ to the Royal Family. She claimed that it often blurred the lines between fact and fiction. Netflix has now added a disclaimer to the series that states it is ‘fictional dramatisation’ inspired by real events. The series’ fifth and final season is set to premiere on the streaming platform on November 9.
NETFLIX ADDS A DISCLAIMER TO THE CROWN
Netflix has added a disclaimer stating that The Crown is a ‘fictional dramatisation’ of real incidents. This comes at a time it has been reported that the series’ fifth season features a controversial segment about the now King Charles. An episode apparently highlights his attempts at trying to overthrow Queen Elizabeth II.
ALL ABOUT THE CROWN SEASON 5
The Crown Season 5 will be the last season of the highly popular series. It will cover the period between 1991 to 1997, including the separation of Prince Charles and Princess Diana. The Crown will not feature Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s exit from royal life. The show is only expected to deal with events that happened till the early 2000s – long before Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle joined the royal family. The Crown Season 5 will be out on Netflix on November 9.