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The Crown
Season 3 Season 5

Season 4

Nov 15, 2020

As the 1970s are drawing to a close, Queen Elizabeth and her family find themselves preoccupied with safeguarding the line of succession by securing an appropriate bride for Prince Charles, who is still unmarried at 30.

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1: Gold Stick
Nov 15, 2020
As Elizabeth welcomes Britain's first woman prime minister and Charles meets a young Diana Spencer, an IRA attack brings tragedy to the royal family.
2: The Balmoral Test
Nov 15, 2020
Margaret Thatcher visits Balmoral but has trouble fitting in with the royal family, while Charles finds himself torn between his heart and family duty.
3: Fairytale
Nov 15, 2020
After Charles proposes, Diana moves into Buckingham Palace and finds her life filled with princess training, loneliness — and Camilla Parker Bowles.
4: Favourites
Nov 15, 2020
While Margaret Thatcher struggles with the disappearance of her favorite child, Elizabeth reexamines her relationships with her four children.
5: Fagan
Nov 15, 2020
As Thatcher's policies create rising unemployment, a desperate man breaks into the palace, where he finds Elizabeth's bedroom and awakens her for a talk.
6: Terra Nullius
Nov 15, 2020
On a tour of Australia, Diana struggles to balance motherhood with her royal duties while both she and Charles cope with their marriage difficulties.
7: The Hereditary Principle
Nov 15, 2020
Grappling with mental health issues, Margaret seeks help and discovers an appalling secret about estranged relatives of the royal family.
8: 48:1
Nov 15, 2020
As many nations condemn apartheid in South Africa, tension mounts between Thatcher and Elizabeth over their clashing opinions on applying sanctions.
9: Avalanche
Nov 15, 2020
Charles is caught in a deadly avalanche, prompting both him and Diana to reevaluate their commitment to their troubled marriage.
10: War
Nov 15, 2020
Amid a growing challenge to her power, Thatcher fights for her position. Charles grows more determined to separate from Diana as their marriage unravels.