The Crown is one of the most popular royal dramas, streaming on Netflix for six seasons. Part 1 of the last and final season aired on November 16, and although it caught the attention of viewers, the series received the worst rating from Rotten Tomatoes compared to the previous seasons. Four episodes are currently streaming, and the rest of the six episodes will be released on December 14.
The sixth season of the series focused on the relationship between Princess Diana (Elizabeth Debicki) and Dodi Fayed (Khalid Abdalla) and what happened before their unfortunate accident. Although the controversial plotlines caught the attention of the audience, the Traumatometer did not receive a good review! Scroll on to find out the score.
Rotten Tomatoes is a given 54% to part one of the final season of The Crown. Although the viewership score is quite high at 95% on 100%The Rotten Tomatoes score dropped significantly compared to season 4’s score 96% rating. This caught the attention of the audience which is why the critics gave this a low rating. A few even praised Gillian Anderson as Margaret Thatcher and Emma Corrin’s Princess Diana in the series.
Why Did The Crown Season 6 Earn This Low Rating?
Critics have pointed out that the story of Princess Diana and Dodi is unknown, and the series has focused on nothing other than their accident and Queen Elizabeth’s reaction to it. Peter Morgan, known for the movie The Queen, is also behind The Crown. And critics could find many similarities between the two of them.
Another point is that the audience could relate to the historical drama previously shown on The Crown. Although the episode of the latest season did not add any perspective other than the death of Princess Diana and the tabloid scandals.
Well, the rest of the six episodes of the season are still left. We hope the Crown can return its royalty. Are you watching it yet?
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