The show was almost filmed.
The Reason Behind The Season 4 delay?
The Crown quickly ended its fourth season amid a coronary pandemic. While many shows and movies were forced to stop or slow down production due to the COVID-19 crisis, Netflix’s royal drama was nearing the end of its films. According to Entertainment Weekly, the series managed to return and finish filming four days ahead of schedule, raising the possibility of its release later this year. Netflix suggests that Coronavirus is more impressed with them, including Stranger Things and The Witcher, who checked out their filming.
The streaming giant has also confirmed that it will reduce its streaming speed in Europe to reduce network bandwidth, as more subscribers stay at home during the crisis.“Following discussions between Commissioner Thierry Breton and Reid Hastings, and in the face of the extraordinary challenges of coronaviruses.
Netflix has decided to start lowering the bit on all of our broadcasts in Europe for 30 days, Netflix said in a statement Mr. Shortridge: We estimate that this will reduce Netflix ‘s traffic to the European network by approximately 25% and ensure a quality service for our members. Meanwhile, The Crown is nearing the end of its fifth season, although a producer has hinted that the show could move from Netflix.
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Crown is now available for streaming on Netflix, and seasons 1 and 2 are also available on DVD and Blu-ray.
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