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Snap, Margot. Having given up on Victoria after about 4 episodes, i feared The Crown would be of a similar vein. Quite surprised to find myself enjoying it so much that i binge watched my way through both seasons. What you must do when watching, though, is to allow quite a bit of poetic licence - no good being pedantic if you want to enjoy it. Claire Foy is brilliant as HM but John Lithgow steals the show as Churchill, imho.