What to expect from the first season of Netflix’s ‘The Crown’
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The next season of “The Crown,” Netflix’s adaptation of “A Tale of Two Cities” author Cormac McCarthy’s best-selling novel about a family in a post-apocalyptic New York City, will be available in theaters on May 20.
In a statement to EW, Netflix says it is “currently working on new season of ‘The Queen’ to be released in theaters this summer.”
The Netflix series is based on “A Crown Between the Two Stones,” a novella published in 2017.
The book follows a group of young adults who return to the fictional New York of “Snow Crash” to investigate the disappearance of a wealthy family.
In the first book in the series, “The Queen,” the family has fled the city and become the Queen’s exclusive private police force.
The Queen, played by Elizabeth Mitchell, is the daughter of Queen Elizabeth II and the current monarch of England.
Her husband, Prince Philip, is an admiral and the Duke of Edinburgh, and their three sons are all royals.
In the first episode of the show, “A Storm of Swords,” a character named “Nana” visits the family, who are trying to survive in a bleak New York city, when the King of England, the Prince of Wales, and the Queen of England arrive at the family’s cottage.
The King and Queen of Great Britain, in a conversation, discuss the fate of the family.
“Are you sure they’re going to stay?” the King asks.
The Queen replies, “They don’t have a choice.”
The King then says, “I can’t believe they’re staying here.”
The Queen says, “”It’s not the same,” and asks, “Is that it?
“The King responds, “It’s the Queen.
“As the episode unfolds, the King reveals to the Queen that she is the only one who can decide whether or not to keep the family together.
What are you going to do?” the Queen asks.”
I’m not sure I agree with him, but I’m going to follow him,” she tells him.
“What are you going to do?” the Queen asks.
The conversation between the Queen and the King ends with the King saying, “If you want to stay, I’ll go with you.”
The Queen tells him, “No, I’m not going.”
The episode ends with an explosion and the scene is replayed for the audience.
The series has been renewed for a second season, but Netflix has yet to reveal a title or release date for the new season.
The next season of “The Crown,” Netflix’s adaptation of “A Tale of Two Cities” author Cormac McCarthy’s best-selling novel about…