Following the monarch’s passing, the British royal drama ‘The Crown’ entered Netflix’s Top Ten list this week. With 17.57M hours viewed, it has moved up to sixth place.
The Crown’s first season debuted in 2016, a long time before the streamer began publishing in-depth top 10 lists. Claire Foy played Queen Elizabeth II in the Peter Morgan-produced drama series premiere, and Matt Smith played Prince Philip.
From the time of her marriage in 1947 to the time of Winston Churchill’s resignation as prime minister in 1955, it followed her life. It covered the deaths of King George VI and Elizabeth, as well as the promotion of Elizabeth’s ascent to the throne.The cast also included Vanessa Kirby, Jared Harris, and John Lithgow.
Moreover, for the sixth season of the Netflix drama The Crown, Prince William and Kate Middleton have been cast after a lengthy casting process. William is getting a double dosage from the producers, who have cast two actors to play him as he transitions from a teen to a young adult.
The show is created by Left Bank Pictures and Sony Pictures Television, and its fifth season will premiere in November.
Elsewhere, in this week’s top ten were season five of Cobra Kai, leading the pack with 107M hours viewed. Devil in Ohio, a limited series, came in second with 70.8 million hours watched, followed by The Imperfects with 24 million hours, Dated and Related with 19.8 million hours.