Social media is abuzz after the signature of Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad, made a “cameo” in Netflix’s TV show, “The Crown”.
For those who don’t know, “The Crown” is a historical drama set during the reign of Queen Elizabeth II. The show is also prominent for featuring events that shaped the second half of the 20th century.
A scene from The Crown, season 4 episode 8 where the Head of Commonwealth in 1985 signed a unanimous declaration to sanction the Apartheid regime in South Africa. Itu tangan Margaret Thatcher, about to sign the declaration.
Signature Tun M pun ada! 💪🏼 pic.twitter.com/kp0tb29t0j
— Endie (@The_Endie) December 20, 2020
As pointed out by Twitter user Endie (@The_Endie), the scene is taken from the eighth episode of the fourth season of the show. Interestingly, apart from Tun M’s, the signature of former Prime Minister of Singapore, Lee Kuan Yew was also spotted in the scene. Endie’s tweet has since gained over 1.2k likes at the time of writing.
Apart from that, many were also completely shocked by the “historically accurate” details of the events shown in the series. Some even expressed their hope for other notable happenings such as ‘The Dawn Raid’ incident and the ‘Buy British Last’ boycott campaign to be featured in the series.
Check out some of their reactions below:
— lady syafinaz (@JamainSyafinaz) December 21, 2020
Ada episode Queen mai datang rombongan ke Sukan Komanwel 98 pun ok jugak. Haha pic.twitter.com/B0sfVzDDc8
— Bomoh Sains Komputer (@BomohCompSc) December 21, 2020
“The Crown” is currently streaming on Netflix.