The Crown: Season 6

Poster for The Crown: Season 6

The concluding chapter of the Emmy-winning drama centred on the British royals, released in two parts.

Where to watch The Crown: Season 6

The Crown: Season 6 is available to stream in Australia... More now on Netflix.

The Crown: Season 6 episodes

Episode 6.1

Persona Non Grata

Diana holidays in Saint-Tropez with Al-Fayed and bonds with his... More son Dodi. Charles is crushed when the Queen won't attend Camilla's 50th birthday party.

Episode 6.2

Two Photographs

Cameras flash and a media circus swirls as Diana and... More Dodi spend more time together. In retaliation, Charles stages a fatherly photo op with his sons.

Episode 6.3

Dis-Moi Oui

Dodi's father urges him to propose, but marriage is the... More last thing on Diana's mind. Later, a high-speed car chase with paparazzi ends in disaster.

Episode 6.4


As the world mourns, the Queen's silence prompts ire and... More warnings from a grieving Charles. How will she rise to the occasion and mother her nation?



Hounded by press and adoring girls, 15-year-old William struggles to... More find stability after Diana's death. Charles enlists his own parents to help his son.



Eager to improve the monarchy's public image, the Queen seeks... More out savvy statesman Tony Blair — but the Prime Minister's advice defies royal protocol.


Alma Mater

Now at university, William sets his eyes on Kate Middleton.... More With meddling parents and other prospects in the mix, how will their connection bloom?



After a series of strokes, a declining Margaret recalls a... More wild night with her sister at the Ritz in 1945, and later celebrates her 70th birthday there.


Hope Street

Reeling from loss and wary of her Golden Jubilee, the... More Queen bonds with William, who finds his footing between normality and life in the royal limelight.


Sleep, Dearie Sleep

The Queen gives Charles the green light to wed Camilla.... More Tasked with planning her own funeral ahead of her 80th birthday, she faces an existential crisis.

The Crown: Season 6 | Ratings & Reviews

"Reclaims its glittering throne."


"A wobbly take on the Diana/Dodi romance."

Hollywood ReporterHollywood Reporter

"Makes The Crown feel like an ailing project."


"It’s soapy, biased, and often melodramatic."

Vanity FairVanity Fair

"The Crown shines in its final season — just remember it's not the History Channel."


"So bad it’s basically an out-of-body experience."

The GuardianThe Guardian

"A wistful, restrained send-off to Princess Diana."

Entertainment WeeklyEntertainment Weekly

"Struggles mightily with Princess Diana’s death."

Rolling StoneRolling Stone

"There is clumsiness throughout."


"The lavish Netflix drama really died with Queen Elizabeth II last September."

The TimesThe Times

"Elizabeth Debicki is transcendent."

Financial TimesFinancial Times

"A wreck on a scale the show has never seen before."

Time MagazineTime Magazine

"Reaches a creative dead end."

The TelegraphThe Telegraph

"The Crown has saved the worst for last."


"An uneasy and awkward start to the penultimate chapter of The Crown."

The AgeThe Age

"For the most part The Crown’s final season portrays Diana's death with admirable restraint."

Empire MagazineEmpire Magazine

"Increasingly becomes a fantastical apologetic for the royal family."


"It's Debicki's show, and everyone else is just along for the ride."

USA TodayUSA Today

"Goes off the rails into melodrama."

New York PostNew York Post

"Gives the story of Diana’s death some surprising twists."

The Washington PostThe Washington Post

"The show feels just as gross as the paparazzi who chased [Diana] into that Parisian tunnel 26 years ago."

The Globe and MailThe Globe and Mail

"[Debicki] channels Princess Diana in her last weeks with a devastating precision."

Boston GlobeBoston Globe

"Such overreaching, such redundancy, such ghastly plotting..."


"Slips fully into melodrama."

"A marked improvement over Season 5."


"Elizabeth Debicki’s towering performance as Diana reduces the Queen to a supporting character."

Indian ExpressIndian Express

"It all certainly does make for riveting television."


"The Crown has lost much of what initially made it shine."


The Crown: Season 6 | Details

Award winner
Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role on Television (Elizabeth Debicki), Golden Globes 2024.
MA15+, Strong coarse language
Drama, True Story & Biography
Country of origin
Netflix Original