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The Crown Season 5: Filming Cut Short Due to Covid-19

The Crown Season 5
Elizabeth hears good news. Lee gets a surprise that stirs up something from his past. Photo: Kevin McGarry, Erin Krakow, Chris McNally Credit: ©2020 Crown Media United States LLC/Photographer: David Dolsen

The Crown Season 5 Updates: After numerous members of the staff tested positive for Covid-19, filming for The Crown season 5 was halted in order to ensure the safety of everyone on set.

This week, the UK set a new record for the newest Covid cases in a single day, with numbers topping 88,000 for the second day in a row.

Many people are wondering how various businesses would continue to operate during the holiday season, given the ongoing concern about the Omicron form, which Health Secretary Sajid David termed as “the biggest present threat to global public health.”

After a few positive cases among the crew, production for the fifth season of Netflix’s The Crown, which will star Imelda Staunton, Elizabeth Debicki, and Dominic West, wrapped a day earlier than expected.

 The Crown Season 5 Cast Member Covid Positive

The Crown Season 5
Metro

‘The Crown concluded filming one day earlier than scheduled for the Christmas break following a few positive instances within the team, therefore safeguarding others’ safety and so that everyone on production may enjoy a festive break with their loved ones,’ a spokesman for the show told to sources.

After the Christmas break, filming will resume in the new year.

New actors will take over the roles previously performed by Olivia Colman, Emma Corrin, and Josh O’Connor in the forthcoming episodes, which will follow the royal family into the 1990s.

The historical drama’s sixth season will conclude with scenes set in the twenty-first century.

The Duke of Cambridge is said to have conveyed his displeasure with Netflix’s choice to show his mother Princess Diana’s contentious Panorama interview with Martin Bashir.

According to reports, actor Richard Cordery, who plays Marmaduke Hussey, the then-chairman of the BBC’s board of governors, gets out of a car and comes into the building in the scene.

According to Metro.co.uk, the ensemble was given clearance to stroll through the BBC’s doors and out again.

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