The story of Queen Elizabeth II in Netflix’s “The Crown” provides plenty of ’50s and ’60s nostalgia when it returns Friday. But it’s the eloquent depictions of governing protocol, diplomatic decorum and a leader who puts country above self…
'The Crown' season 2 review: Claire Foy stands tall in regal second season of the Netflix drama about Queen Elizabeth II, looking more polished than the first
Last year I enthusiastically described Peter Morgan’s “The Crown” with the word “scrumptious.” Season 2 of this lavishly made, approximately true biographical series about the young Queen Elizabeth II deserves … Click to Continue »
The sumptuous royal drama returns without John Lithgow's Winston Churchill, but makes up for it with strong supporting performances.
Season 2 of "The Crown" will be Claire Foy's last time playing Queen Elizabeth II before being replaced by Olivia Colman.
Netflix’s most opulent series returns on December 8.
The second season of The Crown brings back all the sumptuous, high-production-value, ultra-British refinement that characterized its first season. But it also does something different: It loosens up a bit.While season one functioned as a…
The Crown season 2 review: 'Consistently relegates the Queen to the role of mere pawn in the lives of others'
“The stuff used to wear you, now you wear it.” The words Philip (Matt Smith) coos at this Queen, his love, Elizabeth (Claire Foy) as she stands before him embellished in every jewel and trophy befitting of her great kingdom.