Has The Crown been renewed for Season 7? Here’s what we know:

Renewed Or Cancelled?

Netflix’s wildly popular historical drama, The Crown, returned for a sixth season. There are two halves to the sixth season, which covers the years 1997–2005. Princess Diana of Wales takes centre stage in the first section. Everything that happened after her divorce from Prince Charles is shown here, all the way up to her untimely death. Part two of the season covers what happened after Princess Diana passed away, including Tony Blair’s presidency, William and Kate’s seemingly flawless courtship, Charles’s marriage to Camilla Parker Bowles, and Princess Margaret’s tragic passing. If you’ve finished watching this one, you may be curious to know whether this has been renewed or cancelled. Will we ever see The Crown season 7? Here’s what we know:

What is The Crown about?

The period drama is devised by Peter Morgan and is based on Stephen Frears’s well-known drama-fused historical movie named The Queen, which is partly based on real-life events. It dramatizes the rule of Queen Elizabeth, the longest-reigning monarch in British history. The show covers the dynamics around the throne, Her Majesty’s family issues and how these affect her choices.

We have extensive coverage of the show across the site, including a season review and episode recaps. You can check those out here!

Has The Crown been renewed for season 7?

At the time of writing, Netflix has not renewed The Crown for a seventh season. Additionally, the writer and creator Peter Morgan has clearly mentioned that he doesn’t intend to revive the show for another season.

So, in light of everything, we believe that The Crown will likely not receive a seventh-season renewal.

What we know about season 7 so far:

Since Netflix has not greenlit a season 7, not much is known. 

Although creator Peter Morgan had originally intended for the series to go for five seasons, it reaches an evident end in the second half of season six.

Speaking with Digital Spy, Dominic West—who played Prince Charles in seasons 5 and 6—discussed potential future sequels in Netflix’s dramatisation of the British monarchical system. Instead of continuing with the events of the present, he proposed travelling back in time.

Even the prequel route isn’t exactly a shining star. “I do have an idea,” Peter stated in an October 2023 interview with Variety. He continued, “If I were to go back into The Crown, it would definitely be to go back in time.”

A prequel may be in the works from the show’s creator and writer, but renewing The Crown for a seventh season appears quite unlikely.

As previously stated, we anticipate that this won’t be renewed, but we’ll have to wait and see. However, as soon as new information is made available, we’ll be certain to update this article.


Are you hoping to see The Crown return for a seventh season? What do you think of the show? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!

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