Critic Consensus: The Crown continues its reign with a self-assured sophomore season that indulges in high drama and sumptuous costumes.
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Beginning with soldiers in Her Majesty's Armed Forces fighting an illegal war in Egypt, and ending with the downfall of her third Prime Minister, Harold Macmillan after a devastating scandal, the second season bears witness to the end of the age of deference, and ushers in the revolutionary era of the 1960s.
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This is the history of the empire that it was. And, as we know, history will not have a happy ending. [Full review in Spanish]
In one of the best scenes of the series, Elizabeth gives her uncle an extraordinary dressing down, and it's truly her finest hour in the first two seasons of The Crown.
Foy's laser-focused performance - a master class of what an actor can do with stillness - is remarkable.
While ardent monarchists might bristle at the way this is going, for the rest of us it's getting better and better.
Beneath the creamy overlay of gowns, crystal chandeliers, palaces, uniformed flunkies and a sumptuous (albeit CGI-enhanced) Royal Yacht, a steely pulse of realpolitik fuels The Crown...
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