In case you missed it, the trailer for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Netflix docuseries just released, and we’re absolutely freaking out. Rare and adorable images of the former royal couple, including those from their wedding celebration and Meghan’s pregnancy, are featured in the minute-long video.
As part of their multiyear agreement with Netflix, the Sussexes’ production firm, Archewell Productions, will create documentaries, docuseries, feature films, scripted shows, and children’s programming for the streaming service.
If you are as fascinated by the royal family as we are, the upcoming release of the docuseries has you on the verge of hysteria. When, then, will your binge-watching schedule allow it? More importantly, how much royal tea do we anticipate being spilt? Find out more about the new series right here.
Is Meghan and Harry on Netflix?
An autobiographical documentary series following the Sussex family. People reported in November 2022 that the documentary series would premiere on Netflix in December 2022, and a week later, Page Six confirmed the release date as December 8, 2022. A trailer for the show, which Netflix titled Harry & Meghan on the 1st of December, may be viewed above.
Harry & Meghan Netflix release date speculation
As of this writing, Netflix has merely promised that Harry & Meghan would be available “coming soon, only on Netflix.” The documentary is rumored to premiere on Netflix on Thursday, December 8th. As soon as we have additional information, we’ll post it here.
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— Netflix (@netflix) December 1, 2022
What Can We Expect to See in ‘Harry & Megan’?
According to a press release, “Harry & Megan” will explore the Sussexes’ romance through Harry and Megan’s perspectives. From their first date to their decision to leave the royal family, Harry and Meghan’s story will be told over the course of six episodes.
Historians weigh in on the royal family’s interactions with the media, and close friends and family members—some of whom have never talked publicly about what they’ve seen—share their perspectives as well.
The teaser also features shots of Harry and Meghan giving individual confessionals, so it looks like we’ll be hearing from the Sussexes directly. Harry captions a photo of a distraught Meghan with the words, “No one sees what is happening behind closed doors,” before explaining that he did what he could to protect his family.
When the stakes are this great, doesn’t it make more sense to hear our narrative from us, as Meghan asks later in the clip?
Who Directed ‘Harry And Meghan’?
It seems like Harry and Meghan had some differences of opinion with the show’s original director, Garrett Bradley. A source close to OK reported, “Garrett wanted Harry and Meghan to film at home, and they were not happy with that.”
A conflict arose between the two of them, and Garrett eventually decided to leave the project. He was replaced by Liz Garbus, who directed What Happened, Miss Simone? (2015) and Love, Marilyn (2012).
Meghan gave an open and honest interview to Variety in which she discussed her time spent with Garbus. Even though it may not be told in the way we would have liked, she says, “it’s good to be able to trust someone with our story—a seasoned director whose work I’ve long loved.”
However, it is not the reason we are sharing it. We’re entrusting someone else with our tale, and that implies their perspective will shape it.
Is There a Trailer?
Netflix has released a teaser trailer and first peek photographs featuring never-before-seen glimpses of Harry and Meghan to tide you over till the release of the documentary Harry & Meghan: Behind the Royal Wedding.
It’s said that nobody sees what goes on behind closed doors, but Prince Harry himself says so in a voiceover. I did everything I could for my family’s safety, he continues. With so much at risk, wouldn’t it be better to hear our side of the story straight from us? as Meghan explains in an interview.
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