The Crown Saison 2

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Die zweite Staffel von The Crown folgt dem Leben und der Herrschaft von Königin Elizabeth II. Es besteht aus zehn Folgen und wurde am 8. Dezember auf Netflix veröffentlicht. Episodenführer Season 2 – Februar Elizabeth und Philip hinterfragen den Zustand ihrer Ehe, sind sich aber einige, dass Scheidung keine Option ist. . Liste der The-Crown-Episoden der zweiten Staffel. Fehlentscheidung (​Misadventure). Staffel 2 Episode 1 (The Crown 2x01). Während sich Philip (Matt​. Im Februar wurde bekannt, dass die Serie mit der fünften Staffel beendet wird. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Überblick; 2 Hintergrund. Die Netflix-Serie mit Claire Foy in der Hauptrolle erzählt pro Season ein Jahrzehnt in der Amtszeit der regierenden Königin Elisabeth II. von England, angefangen.

The Crown Saison 2

Entdecke die 10 Episoden aus Staffel 2 der Serie The Crown. Finde alle Informationen zur Besetzung das Staffel 2 von The Crown: Schauspieler, Regisseur und Drehbuchautoren. Episodenführer Season 2 – Februar Elizabeth und Philip hinterfragen den Zustand ihrer Ehe, sind sich aber einige, dass Scheidung keine Option ist. .

Eden faces censure from his cabinet and the press. S2, Ep4. When Elizabeth and Philip throw a grand party for their 10th anniversary, both Margaret and the new Prime Minister experience romantic tribulations.

S2, Ep5. After Elizabeth makes a tone-deaf speech at a Jaguar factory, she and the monarchy come under public attack by an outspoken lord.

S2, Ep6. The Duke of Windsor campaigns to re-enter public life. S2, Ep7. A letter from Peter Townsend spurs Margaret to make a bold proposal.

Elizabeth has good news that causes complications for Margaret. S2, Ep8. Inspired by Jackie Kennedy and against her government's wishes, Elizabeth takes an unconventional approach to resolving an issue in Ghana.

S2, Ep9. Sometime later, she sneaks out to Tony's studio for a sitting. He takes several photographs, after which Margaret asks him to send one to the newspapers.

The next day, the picture, in which Margaret appears to be nude, is published to great shock. Macmillan, meanwhile, presses his wife into ending her affair but later realizes she is still seeing her lover after overhearing them on the telephone.

Philippa Lowthorpe. In response to a speech given by Elizabeth at a car factory, Lord Altrincham pens a scathing article that criticizes her style of public speaking and her court's upper-class attitude.

Both the general public and the press are initially against Altrincham but start supporting him after he argues that the monarchy must adapt to the post-war society during a television appearance.

After Macmillan reminds her of the trend of nations to abolish their monarchies, Elizabeth arranges a meeting with Altrincham, during which she agrees to televise the upcoming Royal Christmas Message and open the Debutante Ball to her subjects.

Six months later, the Queen Mother expresses embarrassment over the monarchy's loss of authority while hosting a garden party.

In Thuringia , Germany , a German officer leads American soldiers through the Thuringian Forest to a box containing top-secret documents that previously belonged to Adolf Hitler 's personal translator.

After British translators discover the documents contain damning information, Winston Churchill informs King George, who tasks him with keeping the documents unpublished.

In , while preparing to meet American evangelist Billy Graham , Elizabeth receives a letter from the Duke of Windsor asking permission to re-enter the country so he can find employment.

She agrees and allows the Duke back into England, where he starts convincing former sycophants to support his return.

When historians unearth the documents, which have been reorganized and titled The Marburg Files , Macmillan brings the matter before Elizabeth.

Adeane and the Queen Mother reveal that one volume, which the American government wants to be published, concerns the Duke's relationship with Nazi High Command.

When an attempt to elicit the truth from the Duke doesn't go as planned, Elizabeth asks Lascelles for advice and learns the full truth about the relationship.

She then exiles the Duke for betraying his country and allows the volume to be published before seeking spiritual counsel from Reverend Graham.

After learning that Townsend is engaged to a woman who is much younger than him, Margaret presses Tony into proposing marriage. Because Elizabeth is pregnant with her third child, however, protocol prevents her from announcing the engagement.

Adeane and Lascelles learn Tony has been engaged in a series of sexual relationships, one with a woman presumably pregnant with his child.

On February 19, , after giving birth to son Prince Andrew , Elizabeth decides against telling Margaret. Eight months later, Margaret and Tony get married at Westminster Abbey.

Stephen Daldry. Elizabeth invites visiting John F. The next day, she discovers Jackie insulted her and the Palace at a party.

Feeling challenged, Elizabeth travels to Ghana and meets with President Kwame Nkrumah , whose ties with the Soviet Union has caused concern throughout the British government.

She convinces him to cut all ties with the Soviet Union and realign Ghana with the United Kingdom after dancing the foxtrot. Sometime later, a visiting Jackie sits down with Elizabeth at Windsor Castle and apologizes for her previous behavior, explaining she was under the influence of "substances" at the time.

Elizabeth confides in Philip, asking if she should have responded in a personal way. On November 22, , after watching coverage of John F.

Kennedy's assassination , Elizabeth arranges for a week of mourning to be observed within the household and for the bells at Westminster Abbey to be rung before writing Jackie a letter of sympathy.

Philip, however, gets his way after using his deal with Elizabeth to compel her to back him.

While taking Charles to the school, Philip recalls his time at Gordonstoun as well as the death of his older sister Cecile and her family, for which his father Prince Andrew blamed him.

Charles struggles with Gordonstoun's rigorous curriculum and, on the day of a school event, disappears only for his security detail to find him crying.

Philip takes Charles home soon after, admonishing him for being "bloody weak" after an attempt to give him a pep talk fails. In March , a sexual relationship between Secretary of State for War John Profumo and model Christine Keeler becomes public knowledge, throwing the government into chaos.

As the press speculates about a "mystery man" in a photograph taken at a party hosted by London osteopath Stephen Ward , who is charged with immorality offences, Margaret and Tony notice similarities he and Philip share.

Ward later commits suicide by overdose, after which the police search through his belongings and find a hand-drawn portrait of Philip.

Macmillan resigns on health grounds and is succeeded by Alec Douglas-Home , whose close relationship with the Royal Family makes the appointment controversial.

Elizabeth asks Philip if he is the mystery man and confronts him with Ulanova's photograph. Philip admits to knowing Ward in a minor capacity, having visited his clinic the previous year after injuring his neck, but denies attending his parties before reaffirming his love and support for Elizabeth.

The following year, Elizabeth gives birth to her fourth child. This bleak update is interrupted by what should have been good news: a call from Philip.

However, as soon as the Queen gets on the line, their connection is lost. Things have taken a turn for Philip as well, who announces to the men of the ship that he must leave the debauchery of their voyage to pop over to Melbourne and open the Olympics.

He was so bitter, so morose! The two have been making googly eyes at each other during the entire trip, so when she asks to meet the Prince for an interview, he of course says yes.

This dredges up some traumatic memories for Philip, who ends up storming out of the interview. Parker has also had enough — of her husband, Mike.

She has gone to a lawyer in pursuit of a divorce, but he tells her that she needs proof of adultery, unreasonable behavior, or insanity to have grounds for filing.

Parker with information. She tells Mrs. Parker and her lawyer that she met up with Mike a number of times, but was never told he had a wife or children.

If Mrs. It would jeopardize both his marriage with Elizabeth and the monarchy. Meanwhile, blissfully unaware of the drama unfolding at home, Philip and Mike have a new kind of adventure ahead: a rescue mission.

They pick up the only surviving man aboard a wrecked and stranded fishing boat, who is suffering from a broken rib and possibly a punctured lung.

There, the English men are welcomed with open arms. Boom: proof. Their speeches touched the other more than either of them expected and for the first time, as he stares out over the sea, Philip admits that there might actually be no place like home, after all.

Episode 3: Lisbon. Until then, however, Elizabeth explains to her children, Anne and Charles and also me, the viewer , that Philip still has the South Shetland Islands, the Falkland Islands, and Ascension Island ahead, but has sent along some footage from his trip that will hopefully sustain them during this last leg.

The Queen gathers her family to watch, while reading his accompanying notes, as Philip plays with penguins and huskies on screen, looking like the perfect family man.

In a last-ditch effort, Tommy Lascelles comes out of retirement to approach Eileen and attempt to convince her otherwise.

She sees right through him, and intends to go forward with the divorce. Macmillan will step up as his successor.

The Queen is visibly shaken by this, as this news brings her one step closer to confirming her fears about Philip. The other person finally getting clued in?

Mike himself, who learns of the news via telegram. He interrupts Philip, who is busy innocently painting birds, and comes clean.

Elizabeth asks her to do the favor of holding off until the monarchy can figure out how to handle it, but Eileen is done with all that bullshit.

The next few things happen in quick succession: the headlines and rumors begin, Philip makes Mike resign, the headlines subside in the British newspapers, but are quickly replaced by speculation abroad, specifically a Baltimore newspaper reporting details of an alleged affair Philip once had.

Up until that moment, however, Philip still seems in good spirits! His smile fades as the Queen shows no delight in her return.

Her stare is cold, and without so much as a hug, she heads outside for the photo. The answer is simple: respect.

The Queen wants more children, he tells him, and Mike understands why. Episode 4: Beryl. We open on: a wedding. In the midst of her despondency, she turns to her friend Billy Wallace to lament her loneliness, and he responds with a proposition.

The Queen agrees when Margaret relays the news over the phone later that night. As for politics, things with Russia are getting tense.

She tries to do the right thing, posing for her official birthday portrait despite it being stuffy and old-fashioned, as well as pursuing her engagement to Billy despite the fact that his upcoming nuptials have turned him into a ladies man.

So much so that he actually got into a duel with one of their friends over a pass he made on his wife — something he openly admits to Margaret when she comes to see his wounds, although he omits the part about him screaming and crying the whole way to the fight.

She leaves the anniversary party mid-toast, and is found by her lady in waiting that night, drunk and throwing things around her room.

She wants to spend time with normal people, and her lady happens to be throwing a party that night. Tony readily agrees, under the condition that Margaret does everything he says.

Turns out, his whole thing as a photographer is putting people in uncomfortable situations to capture their most authentic selves.

Margaret had instructed Tony to send the photo to the publishers, and now the dark shot, which shows the princess looking naked from the chest up and staring darkly to the camera, has officially wowed all of Britain.

Episode 5: Marionettes. Not unlike the premiere, this episode stars in media res, this time as newspapers print news of the Queen facing criticism from one of her peers.

Specifically, Lord Altrincham, who ends up on the receiving end of a punch from a monarchy loyalist. To find out just why, we have to back to one month earlier, when the same Lord Altrincham is struggling to assign stories for his publication, the National and English Review.

His criticisms are waved away as nonsense. What is an important plot point is Elizabeth giving the aforementioned speech which does exactly what Martin warned.

It implies that the people of Britain have dull and lonely lives, that they are average and doing this repetitive work for the good of the community.

Altrincham, along with the rest of England, hear the speech on the radio. As all of this is unfolding, the Queen and her family have retreated north to Balmoral Castle in Scotland.

But, not to worry! Turns out, he does just that. He lists his suggestions for how the monarchy can become more relatable, which include putting an end the debutante ball, allowing divorced people to move more freely in royal circles, eliminating an entire generation of courtier, televising the annual Christmas speech, and making an effort to spend time with normal, down-to-earth people.

Despite the fact that Altrincham is not allowed to tell anyone he met with the Queen, Elizabeth takes the last two suggestions to heart.

As the episode end, it does my favorite thing, which is give a little extra history in the titles. Episode 6: Vergangenheit.

Get ready, because this episode is one big history lesson. These documents, in the form of microfilm, contained all manner of agreements and communications — including communication between the disgraced Duke of Windsor and the Nazis, something the royal family has been trying to keep quiet for years, and something Queen Elizabeth, until the end of this episode, has never known about.

This history becomes more relevant later in the episode, but before all that, the Queen is blissfully watching the evangelical Reverend Graham on the television.

While the Queen Mother and pretty much everyone else surrounding Elizabeth dismiss him as a zealot, the Queen is intrigued, and asks Michael to invite him to the palace to give a sermon and have lunch.

Episode 9: Paterfamilias. S2 E10 Recap. Less complimentary reviews saw the season criticised for what some regarded as failing to meet the emotional intensity of the. Kulturzeit Mediathek, Ep5. Paterfamilias 60m.

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Comparing becoming king or monarch to death is an interesting and effective metaphor. Did this episode need to be an entire hour? Episode Recaps Previous.

S2 E10 Recap. S2 E9 Recap. The Crown recap: 'Paterfamilias'. S2 E8 Recap. S2 E7 Recap. S2 E6 Recap. The Crown recap: 'Vergangenheit'.

S2 E5 Recap. The Crown recap: 'Marionettes'. S2 E4 Recap. S2 E3 Recap. S2 E2 Recap. Download as PDF Printable version. Season 2.

Promotional poster. List of The Crown episodes. Philip Martin. In February , Elizabeth and Philip discuss the state of their marriage while onboard the HMY Britannia in Lisbon , Portugal , with both acknowledging that divorce is not an option.

Five months earlier, as Philip prepares to embark on his royal tour, Elizabeth becomes convinced he is having an affair after finding a photograph of eminent Russian ballerina Galina Ulanova in his briefcase.

Philip's uncle, Earl Mountbatten , warns Elizabeth about the plan, which she confronts Eden about after learning that Israel has invaded the Sinai Peninsula.

Eden reveals the planned invasion is part of a secret agreement between the Israeli, French and British governments to reclaim the canal without approval from Parliament or the United Nations.

Elizabeth gives her support and goes to see Ulanova perform as British forces begin moving into Egypt. After international political pressure forces him to withdraw all British forces from Egypt and damages his reputation, Eden travels to Jamaica with his wife.

Philip continues his tour, punctuated by an interview which he abandons when the reporter asks about his family history.

At Christmas, Philip delivers a heartfelt radio address, prompting Elizabeth to let him know his family is waiting for him as part of her own Christmas address.

Meanwhile, Eileen Parker, the wife of Philip's private secretary Michael , initiates divorce proceedings on infidelity grounds. Charteris warns Adeane that the possible fallout could cause the press to start asking questions about Elizabeth and Philip's own marriage.

Eden returns from Jamaica only to realize that the Cabinet and the Conservative Party, who blame him for the Suez Crisis fallout, have turned against him.

As he resigns and Macmillan becomes Prime Minister, Adeane works with Lascelles to change Eileen's mind about her divorce.

They fail, however, and Elizabeth, Philip, and Michael learn about the proceedings. Elizabeth's attempt to speak to Eileen also fails and Philip forces Michael to resign when the story about the divorce becomes public knowledge.

Elizabeth brings the royal tour to an end before meeting the Britannia in Lisbon, Portugal and privately talking with Philip about their marriage.

Philip makes it clear he resents Charles outranking him and wants more respect from both the courtiers and the palace staff.

Benjamin Caron. Amy Jenkins and Peter Morgan. Still recovering from her decision not to marry Townsend, Margaret accepts a proposal from close friend Billy Wallace and, after gaining Elizabeth's blessing, plans to announce the union during a gala celebrating Elizabeth and Philip's tenth wedding anniversary.

On the night of the announcement, however, Margaret breaks off the engagement after finding a drunk Wallace recovering from wounds he received during a duel.

The following evening, after a discussion with the Queen Mother about her birthday portrait, Margaret meets photographer Antony Armstrong-Jones at a party and agrees to let him take her picture.

Sometime later, she sneaks out to Tony's studio for a sitting. He takes several photographs, after which Margaret asks him to send one to the newspapers.

The next day, the picture, in which Margaret appears to be nude, is published to great shock. Macmillan, meanwhile, presses his wife into ending her affair but later realizes she is still seeing her lover after overhearing them on the telephone.

Philippa Lowthorpe. In response to a speech given by Elizabeth at a car factory, Lord Altrincham pens a scathing article that criticizes her style of public speaking and her court's upper-class attitude.

Both the general public and the press are initially against Altrincham but start supporting him after he argues that the monarchy must adapt to the post-war society during a television appearance.

After Macmillan reminds her of the trend of nations to abolish their monarchies, Elizabeth arranges a meeting with Altrincham, during which she agrees to televise the upcoming Royal Christmas Message and open the Debutante Ball to her subjects.

Six months later, the Queen Mother expresses embarrassment over the monarchy's loss of authority while hosting a garden party. In Thuringia , Germany , a German officer leads American soldiers through the Thuringian Forest to a box containing top-secret documents that previously belonged to Adolf Hitler 's personal translator.

After British translators discover the documents contain damning information, Winston Churchill informs King George, who tasks him with keeping the documents unpublished.

In , while preparing to meet American evangelist Billy Graham , Elizabeth receives a letter from the Duke of Windsor asking permission to re-enter the country so he can find employment.

She agrees and allows the Duke back into England, where he starts convincing former sycophants to support his return.

When historians unearth the documents, which have been reorganized and titled The Marburg Files , Macmillan brings the matter before Elizabeth.

Adeane and the Queen Mother reveal that one volume, which the American government wants to be published, concerns the Duke's relationship with Nazi High Command.

When an attempt to elicit the truth from the Duke doesn't go as planned, Elizabeth asks Lascelles for advice and learns the full truth about the relationship.

Ulanova spots the Queen during her performance, and while Elizabeth is enough of a masochist to watch her show, she stops short of accepting an invitation to meet her.

Probably for the best. Besides, she has to focus on this Suez Canal situation. While looking over top-secret notes, she discovers that Eden has been colluding with Israel.

This story is just getting started. Episode 2: A Company Of Men. As the crew travels to places like Mombasa and New Guinea, things are seeming less royal and a little more While Philip is careful to rebuke the advances of local women, Mike has no problem indulging in infidelity — and relaying their adventures back to the men of their lunch club via snail mail.

Back in dreary in England, spirits are not as high. He ended up declaring a ceasefire and ordering troops to retreat.

This bleak update is interrupted by what should have been good news: a call from Philip. However, as soon as the Queen gets on the line, their connection is lost.

Things have taken a turn for Philip as well, who announces to the men of the ship that he must leave the debauchery of their voyage to pop over to Melbourne and open the Olympics.

He was so bitter, so morose! The two have been making googly eyes at each other during the entire trip, so when she asks to meet the Prince for an interview, he of course says yes.

This dredges up some traumatic memories for Philip, who ends up storming out of the interview. Parker has also had enough — of her husband, Mike.

She has gone to a lawyer in pursuit of a divorce, but he tells her that she needs proof of adultery, unreasonable behavior, or insanity to have grounds for filing.

Parker with information. She tells Mrs. Parker and her lawyer that she met up with Mike a number of times, but was never told he had a wife or children.

If Mrs. It would jeopardize both his marriage with Elizabeth and the monarchy. Meanwhile, blissfully unaware of the drama unfolding at home, Philip and Mike have a new kind of adventure ahead: a rescue mission.

They pick up the only surviving man aboard a wrecked and stranded fishing boat, who is suffering from a broken rib and possibly a punctured lung.

There, the English men are welcomed with open arms. Boom: proof. Their speeches touched the other more than either of them expected and for the first time, as he stares out over the sea, Philip admits that there might actually be no place like home, after all.

Episode 3: Lisbon. Until then, however, Elizabeth explains to her children, Anne and Charles and also me, the viewer , that Philip still has the South Shetland Islands, the Falkland Islands, and Ascension Island ahead, but has sent along some footage from his trip that will hopefully sustain them during this last leg.

The Queen gathers her family to watch, while reading his accompanying notes, as Philip plays with penguins and huskies on screen, looking like the perfect family man.

In a last-ditch effort, Tommy Lascelles comes out of retirement to approach Eileen and attempt to convince her otherwise.

She sees right through him, and intends to go forward with the divorce. Macmillan will step up as his successor. The Queen is visibly shaken by this, as this news brings her one step closer to confirming her fears about Philip.

The other person finally getting clued in? Mike himself, who learns of the news via telegram. He interrupts Philip, who is busy innocently painting birds, and comes clean.

Elizabeth asks her to do the favor of holding off until the monarchy can figure out how to handle it, but Eileen is done with all that bullshit.

The next few things happen in quick succession: the headlines and rumors begin, Philip makes Mike resign, the headlines subside in the British newspapers, but are quickly replaced by speculation abroad, specifically a Baltimore newspaper reporting details of an alleged affair Philip once had.

Up until that moment, however, Philip still seems in good spirits! His smile fades as the Queen shows no delight in her return.

Her stare is cold, and without so much as a hug, she heads outside for the photo. The answer is simple: respect.

The Queen wants more children, he tells him, and Mike understands why. Episode 4: Beryl. We open on: a wedding.

In the midst of her despondency, she turns to her friend Billy Wallace to lament her loneliness, and he responds with a proposition.

The Queen agrees when Margaret relays the news over the phone later that night. As for politics, things with Russia are getting tense.

She tries to do the right thing, posing for her official birthday portrait despite it being stuffy and old-fashioned, as well as pursuing her engagement to Billy despite the fact that his upcoming nuptials have turned him into a ladies man.

So much so that he actually got into a duel with one of their friends over a pass he made on his wife — something he openly admits to Margaret when she comes to see his wounds, although he omits the part about him screaming and crying the whole way to the fight.

She leaves the anniversary party mid-toast, and is found by her lady in waiting that night, drunk and throwing things around her room.

She wants to spend time with normal people, and her lady happens to be throwing a party that night. Tony readily agrees, under the condition that Margaret does everything he says.

Turns out, his whole thing as a photographer is putting people in uncomfortable situations to capture their most authentic selves.

Margaret had instructed Tony to send the photo to the publishers, and now the dark shot, which shows the princess looking naked from the chest up and staring darkly to the camera, has officially wowed all of Britain.

Episode 5: Marionettes. Not unlike the premiere, this episode stars in media res, this time as newspapers print news of the Queen facing criticism from one of her peers.

Specifically, Lord Altrincham, who ends up on the receiving end of a punch from a monarchy loyalist. To find out just why, we have to back to one month earlier, when the same Lord Altrincham is struggling to assign stories for his publication, the National and English Review.

His criticisms are waved away as nonsense. What is an important plot point is Elizabeth giving the aforementioned speech which does exactly what Martin warned.

It implies that the people of Britain have dull and lonely lives, that they are average and doing this repetitive work for the good of the community.

Altrincham, along with the rest of England, hear the speech on the radio. As all of this is unfolding, the Queen and her family have retreated north to Balmoral Castle in Scotland.

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