Watch the dramatic trailer for Season 5 of 'The Crown'

regardless of latest backlash from throughout the pond, Netflix is transferring collectively with Season 5 of the “The Crown,” releasing a dramatic trailer Tuesday that revisits actually one of many royal household’s most public scandals.

The trailer gives a glimpse at upcoming drama all by means of the house of Windsor and a handful of latest stars, collectively with Imelda Staunton, who will now painting Queen Elizabeth II.

“In mild of the occasions of the the final 12 months, maybe i’ve extra to replicate on than most,” the “Downton Abbey” actor says to kick off the trailer. inside the foremost pictures, the late monarch stands amid burnt rubble.

As a dramatic cowl of the Verve’s “Bittersweet Symphony” begins, journalist Martin Bashir (portrayed by Prasanna Puwanarajah) declares that “the royal household is in a exact disaster.” on the center of the so-referred to as “disaster” are Charles’ affair with Camilla and Diana’s battle with the monarchy.

“bear in thoughts the one situation, the one rule,” Prince Phillip (Jonathan Pryce) reminds Diana. “You stay loyal to this household.”

“You imply silent?” the Princess of Wales responds.

The clip goes on to debut Elizabeth Debicki as Diana (taking on for Emmy winner Emma Corrin), Dominic West as Charles and Olivia Williams as Camilla. Season 5 of “The Crown” additionally will discover the media safety of Diana’s fallout with Charles, reenacting the viral BBC interview with Bashir by means of which she said, “I obtained’t go quietly.”

“I’ll battle till the extreme,” Di gives inside the trailer.

With scandals seeming to unfold all by means of her, the queen closes out the trailer questioning, “How did it come to this?”

Netflix’s trailer comes amid criticism from Britain’s former Prime Minister John foremost and actor Judi Dench. Days after foremost referred to as “The Crown” a “barrel-load of nonsense,” the Oscar-worthwhile “Belfast” star wrote a letter inside the British newspaper the occasions calling the sequence “inaccurate and hurtful.

“The nearer the drama includes our current occasions, the extra freely artwork seems eager to blur the strains between historic accuracy and crude sensationalism,” Dench wrote.

Netflix, which has repeatedly asserted that its sequence is a fictionalized retelling of royal drama, is simply not going to incorporate a disclaimer reminding viewers they’re watching fiction.

“we have now on a daily basis launched ‘The Crown’ as a drama — and we have now every confidence our members realize it’s a bit of fiction that’s broadly primarily based on historic occasions,” the streaming platform said in December 2020.