Dynasty season 5 — Netflix release date, cast, plot, trailer and everything we know
Dynasty season 5 has arrived. Here is how you can watch the Carrington family drama.
Dynasty season 5 has already aired in the US but now the wait is finally over for fans in the UK because the new season is coming to Netflix.
The reboot of the beloved US soap opera was launched back in 2017, providing us with four rollercoaster seasons following the Carrington family as they fight each other and everyone around them for money and power.
Dynasty is one of the few reboots to become a big hit — so big, in fact, that this fifth season was confirmed before season four had even premiered.
Here is everything you need to know about Dynasty season 5...
Dynasty season 5 release date
Dynasty season 5 started with two Christmas specials which aired back in December 2021, on The CW in the US. The remaining 20 episodes of season 5 began airing on March 11, 2022. But don't worry if you missed any of the new season so far because US fans can catch up on episodes via The CW website.
Dynasty is shown on Netflix over in the UK and the rest of the world and now we finally have a release date. Netflix will be releasing Dynasty season 5 on Saturday, September 24 worldwide.
The good news is that the whole season will drop at once on Netflix, including the two-part Christmas special, meaning you won't have to watch the episodes weekly as you do on The CW. So get ready for some serious binge-watching.
You can also catch up on all four previous seasons of Dynasty on Netflix right now.
Dynasty season 5 plot
As you may recall, the CW show wrapped its fourth season with Fallon getting shot by her evil, husband-stealing assistant, Eva, at a major event for Blake’s campaign... but while her fate remains to be seen, we do know that the new season will be packed full of drama.
Some reports have hinted that season five will see twists and turns as Blake and Cristal work on the next phase of his campaign, while Alexis remains in jail after Adam managed to get her arrested, and Amanda sets out to see who might be responsible for murder.
We won't give away too many spoilers just in case it ruins things for UK fans, however, we can confirm that this is a season not to be missed!
Who stars in Dynasty season 5?
The familiar faces from season 4 will return including Grant Shaw as Blake Carrington, Elizabeth Gillies as Fallon Carrington, Sam Underwood as Adam Carrington, Elaine Hendrix as Alexis Carrington, Daniella Alonso as Cristal Jennings Carrington, Rafael de la Fuente as Sam Flores, Adam Huber as Liam Ridley, Geovanni Gopradi as Roberto Flores, Robert Christopher Riley as Michael Culhane and Kara Royster as Eva.
There have also been reports of a new face in town, with British actress Eliza Bennet joining the show as a regular character. Deadline reports that Eliza will play a long-lost Carrington from Europe called Amanda, who brings nothing but drama with her. According to CW: "Amanda is the long-lost Carrington relative, born and raised in Europe, who arrives on the Carrington doorstep bringing with her a treasure trove of secrets from their past… and hers."
Is there a trailer for Dynasty season 5?
In the festive trailer, it is Christmastime at Casa Carrington but there isn't much holiday cheer going on as Blake points out "this is definitely not the most wonderful time of the year".
And just to make fans sweat it out a little longer, Fallon is nowhere to be seen in the trailer, meaning we're still none the wiser whether Fallon has met an untimely demise or not. While it is unlikely they would actually kill off Fallon, the looks on Liam, Culhane, Sam, and Kirby’s faces aren’t filling us with hope about her condition..
When does Dynasty season 5 finish?
There are 22 episodes of the current season, and it has been rumored that Dynasty season 5 will wrap up on September 16, 2022 on CW.
Will there be a Dynasty season 6?
No, The CW has announced that it has cancelled Dynasty and the series is going to end with season 5.
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