Winner of 5 Emmy® Awards, including Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series, the critically-acclaimed THE CROWN: SEASON TWO debuts on Blu-ray™ and DVD October 22 courtesy of Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.
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THE CROWN: SEASON TWO sees an end of the age of deference, and ushers in the revolutionary era of the 1960s, following Queen Elizabeth II from 1956 to 1964 as she continues to navigate her changing role on the global stage. From the Suez Canal crisis to the resignation of British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan under scandal, and the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, audiences are given an inside look into the challenges and triumphs of her reign.
THE CROWN: SEASON TWO Blu-ray™ and DVD will include all ten episodes along with two featurettes, “The Royal Rules of Etiquette” and “Horses & Hounds: The Queen’s Companions” and a gallery of on set photography. The Blu-ray also includes an additional exclusive featurette, “Fact or Fiction with Robert Lacey: Breaking Down the Pivotal Scandals,” which dives into which royal plot points were real vs. “imagined” and “Tea Time Trivia” which pops up fascinating trivia about the Royal family and the making of the show, for every episode.
THE CROWN: SEASON TWO is led by an impressive cast with Emmy and Golden Globe® Award winner Claire Foy (TV’s “Little Dorrit,” “Wolf Hall”) as Queen Elizabeth II, Matt Smith (TV’s “Doctor Who,” Terminator: Genisys) as the Duke of Edinburgh, Vanessa Kirby (Me Before You, Everest) as Princess Margaret and Matthew Goode (TV’s “Downton Abbey,” The Imitation Game) as Tony Armstrong-Jones, all of whom were nominated for Emmy Awards for their performances. The series also stars Victoria Hamilton (TV’s “Victoria & Albert,” Mansfield Park), Jeremy Northam (Eye in the Sky, Glorious 39), Greg Wise (Blackwood, Effie Gray), Jodi Balfour (TV’s “True Detective”) and Michael C. Hall (TV’s “Dexter” and “Six Feet Under”).
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