Netflix Adds Disclaimer To ‘The Crown’ Season Five Trailer 

Netflix Adds Disclaimer To ‘The Crown’ Season Five Trailer 
Netflix Adds Disclaimer To ‘The Crown’ Season Five Trailer 

Following a challenging few weeks for the royal series, Netflix has added a disclaimer to the description of its most recent The Crown teaser.

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“Inspired by true events, this fictional dramatization chronicles the narrative of Queen Elizabeth II and the political and personal events that molded her reign,” according to Netflix’s YouTube description of the fifth season trailer.
The season was immediately described in the prior trailers, which did not carry this notice.
A “health warning” should be presented before episodes so viewers know the series is a work of fiction, according to former Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden, who called for the change in late 2020 after two years of lobbying from some groups.

However, only in the YouTube description can you see that “health warning” at the moment. The term “fictionalized” is already used by Netflix in press releases, social media posts, and on the Netflix landing page for The Crown.

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The highly anticipated fifth season has had a rocky road since the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, but it is expected to be one of Netflix’s most watched shows of the year.

In a letter to The Times earlier this week, British A-lister Dame Judi Dench criticized the program for its “crude sensationalism.” Two days earlier, Deadline reported that Netflix had postponed the release of its documentary series about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, which was supposed to come after The Crown’s November 9 premiere.

The season six scenes in which Princess Diana perishes in a deadly auto accident were being filmed by The Crown producers, who admitted to being “on edge.” Following the formal time of national mourning, which began on September 8 after Queen Elizabeth II passed away, The Crown’s filming was temporarily suspended.

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