British Culture Minister Oliver Dowden feels that Netflix should warn that its story Crown is supposed. Dowden told the British media that he would request a streaming service to add a report to a letter.
According to the minister, the show is ‘a beautifully produced fictional work’, he said. However, like other TV series, Netflix should clearly state in a warning message that it is fictitious. “Without it, I fear that a generation of viewers who have not seen these events will mistake for the fact.”
Criticism from royalty journalists about ‘untrue’ increased, among others, following Dodon’s remarks. Crown. This was followed by the release of the fourth season on 15 November. The new series features Prince Charles and Diana’s difficult relationship and is about their eating disorder. Lady Di’s brother, Charles Spencer, also calls for a warning at the beginning of each episode.
Despite criticism, the series is still popular. According to British media, last week, 29 million people watched the series. Overall, the series has already attracted over 70 million viewers.
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