Equipment valued at more than $300,000 was stolen from the set of the hit series during filming in a Paris suburb last week.
The film “Spencer” is the latest in a long line of TV and movie depictions of Diana. Here’s a selection.
The telecast felt like a very private party — people seemed to be having fun, but the jollity didn’t really come through the screen.
The lush Netflix series chronicling the British royal family took home the four major acting awards as well as best drama. “Ted Lasso” and “Mare of Easttown” also scored numerous wins.
“The Crown” and Netflix could have a big night and bring the streaming service its first top award for a series. Here’s what else to expect, and a look at the favorites and potential upsets.
The British actor, who received an Emmy nomination for playing Diana in “The Crown,” is happy to be handing off the role as it takes a darker turn. “I feel very protective over her,” she said.
Portrayals of Philip in “The Crown” and elsewhere missed the mark, according to his biographer. Here, she assesses the best-known attempts.
Daniel Kaluuya and Yuh-Jung Youn took supporting actor honors. On the TV side, “The Crown” and “Schitt’s Creek” won top honors.
At Sunday’s ceremony, a whole host of British winners and nominees got their training in the theater before they made it to the screen.
Nearly all of the big winners from the evening are available to stream. Here’s a look at where to find them and what The Times first had to say about them.
A brilliant young showrunner from “Killing Eve” unveils her first film, “Promising Young Woman,” bringing macabre feminist wit to experiences that no one wants to talk about.
Princess Diana visited the city in 1989, a trip featured on the Netflix series and remembered fondly by the people she met.
Exploring why we just can’t seem to break free.
Our pop culture editor in London talks about the popularity of “The Crown” on both sides of the Atlantic, and giving the people what they want.
A lack of hard facts has not prevented plenty of speculation as to whether Queen Elizabeth and the other members of the royal family ever watch their fictionalized selves.
Season 4 of the Netflix show takes viewers into a new decade, with a musical soundtrack to match, including artists like Stevie Nicks, Elton John and David Bowie.
Dramatic liberties in the latest season of the Netflix series, covering the turbulent 1980s, are annoying Britons who wrote of that period, even among those who disparage the royals.
In her lifetime, the Princess of Wales was adored by many women in Africa and the diaspora, who then passed that loyalty on to their daughters.
Unfeeling royals offer no respite from unfeeling Republicans.
There has been praise for Emma Corrin and a cheeky mouse and complaints about the depiction of Margaret Thatcher and the queen’s salute as the series explores a divisive time in U.K. history.
In the first episode of this special pre-Inauguration series from “The Argument,” Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal and “Sway” host Kara Swisher join the debate.
As Prince Charles on “The Crown,” the self-described liberal left-winger has thrived in a role he never really sought.
“The Crown,” Season 4, has raised the question again. The answer may not be what you expect.
Margaret Thatcher and Diana, Princess of Wales, are among the iconic figures covered in the latest installment of Peter Morgan’s show. How much is fact and how much is fiction?
In the new season, Diana Spencer’s aristocratic breeding triumphs and Margaret Thatcher’s middle-class tendencies horrify the royals. Here’s a guide to the rigid world of the British class system.
The face that launched a thousand tabloid stories — and books and documentaries and Instagram feeds — is taking center stage in the newest season of the Netflix series.
In the new season of “The Crown,” Gillian Anderson takes on the role of the “Iron Lady.” She’s just the latest in a long line of Thatcher impersonators.
Thanks to the coronavirus shutdown, the networks’ fall schedules are packed with reality competitions and recycled shows. But there are still as many intriguing offerings as ever this season.
Olivia Colman may be honored for another royal role and “Mrs. America” and “Watchmen” appear to be locks for nominations in the most intriguing category.