The fifth series of Netflix royal drama The Crown will be dropped on November 9.
Netflix announced the plan during its Tudum global fan event this weekend.
The Crown has followed the reign of Queen Elizabeth II from the time she ascended to the throne with regular cast changes to mark the passage of time.
In its fifth series, which reaches the 1990s, Dominic West takes over the role of Charles, while Elizabeth Debicki replaces Emma Corrin as Diana. Imelda Staunton takes over the role of The Queen while Jonathan Pryce becomes the Duke of Edinburgh and Lesley Manville features as Princess Margaret.
There are some concerns that the new series will revisit a dark period for the new King, just as he is picking up public support, following the death of his mother Queen Elizabeth II. Buckingham Palace has reminded journalists the programme is a drama, not a documentary.
Other than a brief pause following the death of Her Majesty and during her funeral, production has continued. It has been confirmed there will be a sixth series, though it has not been announced at which point in history the programme will close.
Also previewed was the third series of Bridgerton and Shonda Rhimes’ spin-off Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story, a prequel centred on Queen Charlotte’s rise to prominence and power.