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The Crown Season 6 Episode Release Schedule: When Is the New Episode On?

The Crown Season 6 Episode Release Schedule: When Is the New Episode On?

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The Crown season 6 is here, and fans of the royal drama have been preparing for the grand finale for weeks.

With the trailer dropping only three weeks from the first episode, excitement for the sixth and final season was high.

If you haven’t watched yet, grab your tissues and read our guide below on when and where you can watch each episode!

We’ve got the full episode release schedule, information on where to watch, and what to expect from The Crown in the future.

The Crown Season 6 Episode Release Dates

The Crown Season 6 part 1 premiered on Thursday, November 16, 2023 at 12 am PST (8 am GMT). Netflix split the season into two parts, with part 1 containing four episodes.

Part two of season 6 contained the last six episodes and aired on Thursday, December 14, 2023. Since Netflix is a streaming service rather than a scheduled programming channel, Netflix subscribers around the world were able to watch the final season of The Crown on the same day.

The Crown Season 6 Episode Release Dates:

Episodes 1-4:Thursday, November 16, 2023 (12 am PST)
Episodes 5-10:Thursday, December 14, 2023 (12 am PST)

A trailer for part one dropped on Thursday, October 26:

Netflix dropped the trailer for part 2 on December 1st:

Where To Watch Season 6 of The Crown

The Crown is a Netflix original series, meaning it’s only available to Netflix subscribers. Netflix offers a selection of pricing tiers for their service, some including ads for a lower price. View the chart below to see how much Netflix costs in each region:

CountryStandard with AdsStandardPremium
United States$6.99/month$15.49/month$22.99/month
United Kingdom£5.99/month£10.99/month£17.99/month

*Prices listed are current as of December 2023.

There is also a Basic plan that is no longer available for new or rejoining members, according to the Netflix website. If you still have the Basic plan, your pricing may differ from above until you change plans or cancel your account.

Additionally, Netflix is cracking down on password sharing. But they currently offer “additional member slots” for an extra $7.99 USD per month.

How To Watch The Crown Season 6 For Free

There is currently no way to watch The Crown season 6 for free. Unlike other streaming services, Netflix no longer offers free trials.

They also don’t offer their service as add-ons to other streamers like Hulu or Amazon. The only way to watch The Crown is through a current Netflix subscription.

The Crown Season 5 Ending Explained

The Crown season 5 focused on a darker period in Queen Elizabeth II’s reign, going up to 1997. By the end of the season, Princess Diana and Prince Charles filed for divorce, Tony Blair was elected Prime Minister, and Britannia, the royal yacht, was decommissioned.

The last two plot points are possibly the most significant, as they deal with the season’s overall theme of modernization of the British government.

But what started as a question of the Queen’s relevancy ended up as a question about the relevancy of the entire monarchy.

Season 6 will likely continue to deal with Elizabeth II’s struggle with modernization, as well as cover the tragic death of Princess Diana.

Will There Be A Season 7?

While Netflix is advertising season 6 of The Crown as the finale, there’s a chance the show could continue in another form.

The creator of The Crown, Peter Morgan, is interested in doing a prequel story to The Crown. Instead of focusing on Elizabeth II’s reign, the plot would go back to 1901, the year of Queen Victoria’s death.

If the prequel show does happen, it would run up to where The Crown begins. That is, it would end with Queen Elizabeth II’s wedding in 1947.

But neither Netflix nor Morgan has confirmed any continuation of The Crown, whether a season 7 or a prequel series.