The Crown is a British-American drama TV series created and written by Peter Morgan for Netflix. Taking place in the twentieth century, 1947 to be precise. King George VI is coughing blood and drawing his last breath. While Queen Elizabeth will marry Philip Mountbatten. When she is blindsided by George’s death. She was astonished because she has no education to lead her people. As her ascension is not expected to happen in the near future. Realizing the situation in which she is. She struggles to keep her people on the line by trying to understand the overwhelming responsibilities she must undress. With the weight of his country on his shoulders, he must take a knuckle and step forward to embrace his influence. Produced by Peter Morgan, who is known for writing the excessive “The Queen (2006)”. You can say that you did not save any expense, since the series has an estimated budget of one hundred million pounds, the show will enraptures you with your glorious images and great costumes.
The Crown does not feature action sequences or big movie stars, and yet it is one of the most expensive shows of all time. Why? Because of the sheer attention to detail. Aside from the historically accurate costumes and locations, the show is simply magnificent to look at. The lighting, the cinematography, and everything else visual about it is at the point. It is quite obvious that none of that money was to be lost. The show not only looks beautiful, however. It is also convincing, well written and well done. In fact, almost all elements are perfectly executed, which means that none stands out above the rest, but they work in harmony. And that’s the biggest hit of the series; The fact that everything gathers smoothly in a neat, binge-able, high-quality package.