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Netflix Subscribers Binge ‘The Crown’ After The Queen’s Death

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The Crown remains one of Netflix’s most popular original programs. It first premiered in 2016 and has attracted the attention of many Netflix subscribers who are really interested in learning more about the lives of the royals, even if it is a dramatized account of historical events.

Since Queen Elizabeth II passed away on September 8, viewership for The Crown has absolutely soared. It’s absolutely surging in popularity right now and doesn’t show any sign of stopping any time soon.

The Crown shoots to the top of Netflix’s top 10 list

People are so eager to rewatch The Crown that it’s shot back into Netflix’s top 10. That’s not just true in the United States or Britain — that’s true for countries all over the world. Countries such as Ukraine, Italy, and Bulgaria have The Crown in Netflix’s top 10 right now. What’s On Netflix released this information this week after the Queen’s passing.

Only shows with new content such as The Devil In Ohio and Cobra Kai are managing to outperform the series about the royals.

It’s certainly been a difficult time for the royal family as they mourn the loss of their beloved mother and grandmother. But the line of succession continues on with King Charles III. He recently issued an official statement after the queen passed away.

Did you choose to rewatch The Crown after Queen Elizabeth’s passing? Be sure to let everyone know in the comments. Share your experience with everyone else.

The Netflix series halts production to pay its respects to Queen Elizabeth II

Although Queen Elizabeth II is no longer among the living, many people around the world really feel her presence. Many believe that the rainbows that appeared over London after her passing was a love letter from the queen to her loyal subjects.

Now, the creative team behind The Crown really wants to pay its respects to the fallen monarch. Multiple sources have confirmed that production has paused on the show’s latest season.

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The Crown is a love letter to her and I’ve nothing to add for now, just silence and respect,” show creator Peter Morgan told Deadline. “I expect we will stop filming out of respect too.”

There’s no way to be sure when or if production will resume. But fans of The Crown will definitely have to wait a little while longer before any new content comes to Netflix. In the meantime, there’s always time to rewatch the series from the start.

Stay tuned for more information on The Crown and all your other favorite Netflix shows. TV Shows Ace is the best place to get the latest information on your favorite shows, so stay tuned for more. See what new Netflix releases are coming up next.

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