DISCOVER THE IMPACT OF QUEEN ELIZABETH 2’S DEATH ON NETFLIX’S SEASON 5 OF THE CROWN!
The Crown Season 4 is now available on Netflix! Continue reading to find out how Queen Elizabeth’s death will affect the series.
The Crown’s sixth and final season is currently in production, signaling the beginning of the end for the Netflix drama, which has entertained Royal Family fans for many years.
However, it turns out that if the Queen dies before the series is finished, the producers have a ‘plan’ in place for how they should proceed, which they call their own. London Bridge is an operation.
The term “Operation London Bridge” refers to the plan, developed in the 1960s but updated annually, for what will happen in the United Kingdom immediately following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
This plan covers everything from his death announcement to funeral arrangements to the coronation of his successor.
They explained that production would be halted immediately and would not resume for at least a week, though the timing of the resumption would have to be discussed based on the circumstances.
WHAT EFFECT DOES QUEEN ELIZABETH 2’S DEATH HAVE ON THE CROWN?
The Crown would undoubtedly explore in great detail an event as significant as Queen Elizabeth II’s death if the series intended to cover that part of the story. Morgan, on the other hand, never intended The Crown to be so contemporary.
Season 5 of The Crown, which premieres in November, will reportedly include Princess Diana’s death in 1997, and season 6 will go back to the early 1980s.
While Morgan isn’t rushing to make edits or script changes, the death of Queen Elizabeth II could have a significant impact on The Crown.
According to a source, the show has its “own version of Operation London Bridge,” referring to the protocol for what should happen after the monarch’s death (which was discussed in The Crown).
Even though season 5 is only two months away, The Crown reports that the London Bridge operation may include other changes, such as a postponement of the season 5 release date out of respect for the royal family. This isn’t the first time a Royal Family-related project has been delayed for this reason.