After another long break between seasons, The Crown season 5 is finally about to hit Netflix and fans are already counting down the hours until the new season’s arrival.
Season 5 of Netflix’s Emmy-winning series will follow the British Monarchy during yet another multi-year stretch as the action moves into the 1900s, which was one of the most-talked-about and tragic decades in the history of the monarchy.
As the show prepares to enter the 90s and dive deeper into the fallout of Charles and Diana’s separation, interest in the series is at an all-time high as fans across the globe are eager to see how the show will depict the iconic events from the era.
The new season is set to drop on Nov. 9, but when exactly can fans across the globe — or more specifically in the UK — expect the new season to release in their neck of the woods?
The Crown season 5 UK release time
The Crown season 5 will drop on Netflix in the UK at 8 a.m. GMT, meaning fans in the UK will be able to begin watching the new season first thing on Wednesday morning.
Like past seasons, season 5 of The Crown consists of 10 episodes which are roughly 45-50 minutes in length meaning it will take about eight-and-a-half hours to enjoy the full season. So if you’re looking to binge-watch the season, you’ll want to clear your calendar on Wednesday as it’s going to take you a while to get through the ten new episodes.
Though it might not hurt to savor the episodes as we could be in for yet another long break between seasons as no release date has been set for the show’s sixth and final season.