A Netflix notice reminds viewers, and Judi Dench, that ‘The Crown’ is fictional and not real, as a number of names are changed to protect the innocent.
A Netflix notice has reminded viewers and actress Judi Dench that The Crown is a fictional show and not real, as some names are changed to protect the innocent.
The Royal Family has been changed to protect the ‘innocent’ in the Netflix series The Crown.
The Netflix notification reads: ‘Please note that the Crown is a fictional show. Actors and other people appear in it as individuals. Names onscreen have been changed to protect the innocent.’
The Crown – The Royal Family has been changed to protect the ‘innocent’
Dench plays Elizabeth II, the Queen of England.
The statement continues: ‘The Crown is a drama series about four women vying for the throne of England, in which the women’s fates hang in the balance.
‘It focuses on the first four days of the reign of Elizabeth II. Each woman makes a dramatic and life-changing decision, as she learns both about herself and her country.’
Dench, who starred as the Queen in the acclaimed movie Elizabeth, which she directed, says that the Netflix notice was a very’satisfying’ one she has received.
‘It really comes from the heart as well,’ she says. ‘I wasn’t very sure how it would be received, but I think a lot of the public is very pleased.
Judi Dench stars as Queen Elizabeth II in The Crown and was also one of the producers
The actress says she was happy to see the Netflix notice and that she was’really pleased’ to see that it did not change her view on the show.
Dench: I was happy to see the Netflix notice and that it was very pleased to see that it did not change my view of the show. My character Elizabeth never told me I was a Queen Elizabeth, but everyone else did
Dench also says that the Netflix notice does not change the way she feels about the series.
‘I’m not going to sit down and complain about anything that is being said (by Elizabeth), we did have a wonderful