The Crown

TV Show • 2016 • Drama  Report
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S5 Ep 6. A family dog is held by a member of the Romanov family as they are executed by firing squad. I couldn’t see the dog actually being killed or its body after, but the dog’s death is implied.
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Nunya33
Hunting wound...the animal suffers, it can be looked at as cruel.
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thespianscreed
S5
 E6
The episode opens with the murder of the Romanov royal family in 1918. One of the family dogs is shown just before the execution and is heavily implied to have been killed (as in real life).
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blanchett
2x1 a few ants crawling on food
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Also Numerous dead pheasants in season 4 episode 10, beginning around 40 minutes, including a really grotesque shot/sound that I wish I had known to skip past.
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Does an animal die?
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RockyLove
Season 4 episode 2 a stag is seriously wounded in the opening scene. They show it wounded, again before the opening credits & randomly throughout the episode until they show it being killed.
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b3ll4g0th
S1E6, around 10:10: A man shows a slideshow of Egypt, the shot of the first dancer is quickly followed by another shot of a woman dancing with several snakes around her neck. The man is reporting on the political situation in Egypt and the pictures of the female dancers are supposed to bring some comic relief to the male audience. Easily skippable.
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AarenBailey
There are no spiders which are focused on.
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Does a cat die?
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IsaacReed
Almost everything Charles does and says to Diana in the second half of season four. She is specifically quoted "He's telling everyone I'm mad and I feel like I'm going mad."
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IsaacReed
In season 4 we learn that Charles is using his security detail and others to have Diana followed
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kaiaaa
There are some toxic family dynamics about keeping up an act for the outside world and keeping quiet about problems.
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kaiaaa
S5
 E6
S5E6 Some of the Romanov children were still teenagers when they were murdered. I believe the murder takes place before the intro.
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ClaudiaTroncosoU
Princess Margaret is shown drunk in numerous episodes.
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thespianscreed
Princess Margaret struggles with alcoholism; other characters are implied to be using drugs.
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ClaudiaTroncosoU
(SPOILER) In season 3, Princess Margaret tried to commit suicide with pill overdose.
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IsaacReed
Kind of, nothing untoward is ever depicted or suggested in this regard. However, we are shown that at the start of Charles and Diana's relationship (which began just after her 18th birthday) there was a fourteen year age gap. As well as an imbalance of life experience and power dynamic which at least hint that he was taking advantage of her.
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One episode where Diana has her arms tied to her body to avoid moving them while practicing a speech - not violent though
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thespianscreed
S5
 E8
A man is seen removing his prosthetic leg.
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Season 3 ep 3
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sor
series 3 esp 3. its quite sad.
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Season 4 - one episode where a barber shop is shown for a few seconds during queen Elizabeths 21’s birthday speech
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IsaacReed
A character is hospitalized due to a smoking-related illness. They are shown attached to a ventilator, accompanied by some very unpleasant sound effects. S4E7
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thespianscreed
S5
 E2
Diana briefly mentions a suicide attempt during her pregnancy with William; this is never pictured.
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Moonvest
S3E03 an entire school is destroyed.
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Season 4 - When describing a relative this word is used to describe their condition only in one episode mentioned once
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Princess Margaret attempts overdose in Season 3 final ep
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ClaudiaTroncosoU
(SPOILER) This happens a lot: In season 1, Prince Phillip is shown almost cheating with a reporter, but it doesn't happen at the end. It is clear that he cheated sometimes but it's not shown. In season 3, Princess Margaret's husband cheat on her multiple times, including an entire episode when he leaves with her mistress. The princess algo cheats, mainly because of despair. In season 4, Prince Charles cheats with Camilla multiple times.
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Merle1423
In the first season King George died
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Are there razors?
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thespianscreed
23E8: similar to S1E1, at the beginning of S1E1, the Duke of Windsor coughs up blood into a toilet.
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Kbochick
I don't think it's a secret that Diana was bulimic. Pretty much, if you see Diana eat, look away. (I think it usually cuts to a clock right before she goes into the bathroom). People have already mentioned that there are a couple in S4E3, and there are a couple of montages in S4E6. One in the very beginning when the senior royal ladies are eating around the table, and another a bit after 40 minutes in New Zealand. When they start on the Maori montage, just turn it down & look away until that's over. The Maoris are louder than the gagging, so I was able to have it low enough that I wasn't bothered by the gagging & could still tell when the scene was over. S4E10 at about 24:10. She's at a reception in NYC (she doesn't eat here, so it's not telegraphed like the earlier ones). She looks over her shoulder slowly. If you have the captions on, they say [music ends], and then it cuts immediately to her in the bathroom. You barely see a little of her back in the corner of a mirror, but you hear it until the toilet flushes at 24:30. She looks like she's going to at about 39, after an argument, but she changes her mind.
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ClaudiaTroncosoU
It is only described but not shown in camera. Princess Anne (Philip's mother) talks about being electro shocked in the past.
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thespianscreed
S5
 E7
Needles are shown going into skin during Diana's acupuncture session, during her opening monologue just before the opening credits. There is no warning.
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SarahHess
In S1E1, about halfway through, there are multiple scenes with an operation happening that show a lot of blood and extreme gore (a shot of inside the chest cavity). Close your eyes right after they say "There's been a call from England" at the party, and open when you hear the car motor. Close them again when the grandma says "It's been two hours," and open again when you hear "I'm happy to say the procedure went well." Close them one more time when Prince Philip goes into the room to see his father, and open when you hear the radio voice. The sound is not very graphic, it's very quiet and mild.
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thespianscreed
S5
 E1
A child is described as being in remission from cancer.
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Novamatic
S5 E7. About 22 minutes in, two characters eat chips. Very crunchy for about two minutes.
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thespianscreed
S5
 E2
Diana briefly mentions a suicide attempt during her pregnancy with William; this is never pictured.
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TFMD
Season 4: Lady Diana struggles with bulimia and binge eating. This is depicted graphically. Strong trigger warning.
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stevesbestgirl
S02E10, a man is briefly seen dead in his bed from an overdose.
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ClaudiaTroncosoU
Diana is shown doing self harm multiple times.
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SimrenBajaj
S4
Princess Diana is bulimic
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Okamigirl
With season 5 coming up, I'd expect even more camera flashes. Diana was the most photographed woman at the time. The paparazzi took many photos of her in real life so in season 5, I'd expect to see many camera flashes in the show as well.
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Does a baby cry?
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thespianscreed
S5
 E3
Samira Khashoggi is shown in childbirth.
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LilyGrace
S4
 E6
Prince William is shown on the Tour and Diana is inseparable from him.
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Merle1423
Prince Phillip jokes about how his son acts like a girl und his daughter like a boy
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SimrenBajaj
Katherine and Nerissa are ignored by the family for having mental health issues
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b3ll4g0th
No, but in the colonial context, black people are referred to as savages on numeral occasions.
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rainbear
No but Philip does complain that their "daughter is a boy and their son a girl" because the children have personalities contrary to gender norms of the time.
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thespianscreed
S5
 E3
A Saudi Arabian man voices contempt for the British due to colonialism and Egyptians for perceived complicity. Later, a Black man is ousted from a hotel event for his race; several microaggression comments follow.
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In season 1, Edward VIII and his wife Wallis Simpson would refer to the Queen Mum as “Cookie” (because to them she looked like a fat Scottish cook who eats too many sweets) behind her back.
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thespianscreed
S5
 E3
Mohamed Al-Fayed and Heini Wathén (who is shown briefly) have a 26-year age gap.
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kaiaaa
S5
 E5
~0:21:00-0:23:30 sexual talk on telephone
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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catharinamg
Unless you consider distant cousins getting married to be incestuous, there is no incest in the show. And even that isn’t really directly discussed and is fairly normal for royal marriages.
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AddiVF
Charles gets yelled at by Philip for being anxious on an aeroplane
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AddiVF
Winston Churchill suffered with strokes, and his illness surrounding it is depicted.
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Cancer
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thespianscreed
S5
 E7
Dr. Khan makes a brief comment of having been homeless as a child.
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thespianscreed
S5
 E2
Cars honking as a man rides through traffic.
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kaiaaa
S5
No car crashes in S5. In S5E2 a car does hit a cyclist, though.
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ClaudiaTroncosoU
In season one a plane with several members of Philip's family crashed.
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thespianscreed
S5
 E2
A man on a bicycle is hit and run off the road by a car; he appears uninjured.
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thespianscreed
S5
 E1
There is distant gunfire of rifles being shot into the air and subsequent laughter. No violence.
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SarahHess
In S1E1, about halfway through, there are multiple scenes with an operation happening that show a lot of blood and extreme gore (a shot of inside the chest cavity). Close your eyes right after they say "There's been a call from England" at the party, and open when you hear the car motor. Close them again when the grandma says "It's been two hours," and open again when you hear "I'm happy to say the procedure went well." Close them one more time when Prince Philip goes into the room to see his father, and open when you hear the radio voice. The sound is not very graphic, it's very quiet and mild. There's also a part in the same episode around 36:43 (that entire scene) where the grandpa is holding a bloody handkerchief while talking to the doctor for a few seconds.
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