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The Crown has won another Golden Globe!

Netflix's 'The Crown' has been a smash hit for its portrayal of the life and times of the Royal Family throughout Queen Elizabeth II's reign.

The period drama has made fans out of Royalists and Netflix fans alike and has sparked widespread debate about the accuracy of certain events in the show.

Last weekend, the 78th annual Golden Globe Awards were held, which saw the very best of television and film celebrated.

'The Crown' was nominated for the Best Drama Television Series Award alongside HBO Max's 'Lovecraft Country', Disney Plus's 'The Mandalorian', and Netflix's 'Ozark' and 'Ratched'.

In a competitive field, 'The Crown' came out on top! The show won its second 'best drama' award, having previously been handed the title in 2017 also.

The creator of the show Peter Morgan accepted the award by teleconference. He thanked the cast and crew for their hard work in the creation of the show, while Gillian Anderson and Olivia Colman could be seen listening to the speech.

The show’s other wins and nominations for the night included Josh O’Connor’s performance as Prince Charles, for which he won the best actor in a drama television series recognition, and Emma Corrin’s performance as Princess Diana, for which she won the best actress in a drama television series recognition. Gillian Anderson also received an award for the best performance by an actress in a supporting role in a series, limited series or motion picture made for television category for her portrayal of Margaret Thatcher.

'The Crown' has undoubtedly been one of the most popular television series in recent years. The show is critically acclaimed while also proving to have huge reach and popularity. Season 5 will be the final season of the show, which will see the Royal Family portrayed into the 2000s.