The Crown” has suspended production in light of Queen Elizabeth’s passing.
The hit Netflix series’ creator, Peter Morgan, indicated that it is anticipated that work on Season 6 will cease following the announcement of the monarch’s passing on Thursday at the age of 96.
According to the producer, “The Crown is a love letter to her, and I have nothing to contribute for now, just silence and respect.” “I anticipate that out of respect, we will also cease filming.”
Stephen Daldry, the show’s executive producer, told Deadline before her majesty’s passing that filming would end when she died away.
“No one of us knows when that moment will arrive, but it would be appropriate to honour the queen. It would be a straightforward tribute and a sign of respect,” he stated following the drama’s 2016 premiere. “We should act because she is a well-known figure worldwide. She is a remarkable woman, and people will be angry.
The fifth season of the show will still debut in November.
On September 8 at around 6:30 p.m. local time in London, Buckingham Palace broke the sad news of Queen Elizabeth’s passing on social media.
The message stated, “The Queen passed away quietly at Balmoral this afternoon.” The King and the Queen Consort will spend this evening and tomorrow in Balmoral before flying back to London.
Following the news, King Charles, who immediately took over the throne after his mother passed away, issued a statement in which he expressed his grief over her passing. He said, “The death of my beloved mother, her majesty the queen, is a moment of the greatest sadness for me and all members of my family.”