Well, ‘The Crown’ hasn’t won the best television series Golden Globes award since 2016 in spite of being one of the favorite television series across the globe. the important reason is the tough competition. Here are the possible Golden Globes awards predicted for the television series in 2021,
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“The Crown” hasn’t won in this category since its first season in 2016, losing once to “The Handmaid’s Tale” and once to “Succession” in its second and third seasons. But with an influx of new characters (Princess Diana, Margaret Thatcher), Season 4 felt fresh enough to lead all shows with six Globes nominations and to put itself in a good position for its second win. Its competitors include “The Mandalorian” and “Ozark,” nominated for the first time in the category for their second and third seasons, respectively, plus new shows “Lovecraft Country” and “Ratched.” While “Lovecraft” and “Mandalorian” can’t be counted out, “The Crown” feels like the once and future queen.
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While Emma Corrin is predicted to be the winner of this award, this could come down to “The Crown” vs. “The Crown,” and to the Queen vs. the People’s Princess. Olivia Colman won last year for playing Queen Elizabeth II, to match the 2016 Globe that Claire Foy won for the same role. But Emma Corrin was the most notable new addition to the cast this year as Diana, Princess of Wales, which makes her the category’s only first-time nominee and perhaps its likeliest winner. But as more than a few characters on “Ozark” know, don’t underestimate Laura Linney’s Wendy Byrde.
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It’s been 23 years since Gillian Anderson won a Golden Globe for “The X-Files,” but playing Margaret Thatcher was enough to win Meryl Streep a Globe for “The Iron Lady” and it ought to be enough to win Anderson one for “The Crown.” In the 2021 Golden Globes, he certainly has higher chances to grab this award, according to experts. Her castmate Helena Bonham Carter might conceivably split the “Crown” vote, in which case Julia Garner or Annie Murphy, or Cynthia Nixon could sneak in. (This is a very unpredictable category.)
‘The Crown’ is To Say Goodbye with Season 5 on Netflix
The Royal series is set to say goodbye to its fans with Season 5 and it was stated officially that Imelda Staunton will portray Queen Elizabeth II.
Further, Staunton has been with the British stage plays and movies in her long-term career. Apart from this, she has portrayed the famous Dolores Umbridge in the Harry Potter series. Some of her movies and series include Downton Abbey, Pride, Maleficent: Mistress of Evil and is set to be a part of the thriller Amulet.
"This time, we are the endangered species.” Season Three of The Crown, now streaming. pic.twitter.com/rbRNAmWAEA
— The Crown (@TheCrownNetflix) November 17, 2019
As per sources, Imelda has been enjoying seeing the series from the beginning and said that she is happy to be with co-stars like Olivia Coleman who is in Season 3, and Claire Foy who portrayed the Queen in 1st and 2nd Season.
Imelda will be the Queen for season 5 and it has been officially stated by the maker and director Peter Morgan.
Well, royal fans must be anticipated for the upcoming season to be premiered amidst the pandemic crisis.
Imelda Staunton will play Queen Elizabeth II in the fifth and final season of The Crown. pic.twitter.com/hUOob58A9p
— The Crown (@TheCrownNetflix) January 31, 2020
But sadly we have to wait until the lockdown gets lifted and as per the current situation, everything is going beyond hands as the disease has been spreading like wildfire and the governments are having a tough time controlling it.
Till then binge over the ongoing season of ‘The Crown’