Harry & Meghan Netflix Docuseries: Trailer, Release Date +2023

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 25: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle speak onstage at Global Citizen Live: New York on September 25, 2021 in New York City.  (Photo by Gotham/WireImage)

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are bringing their story to the small screen in an upcoming Netflix docuseries, and it looks set to premiere very soon. On December 1st, the streamer released the first teaser trailer for Harry & Meghan, meaning the premiere is likely imminent. Corresponding personsthe project is expected to air in December.

The teaser features a series of intimate black and white photos taken during their relationship, flashing on screen while dramatic music plays. Liz Garbus, who directs the documentaries, is heard asking, “Why did you want to make this documentary?” Harry replies, “No one knows what happens behind closed doors,” as a photo of a visibly emotional Meghan pops up. He continues, “I had to do everything I could to protect my family.”

The 50-second trailer ends with a flash of the couple sitting side by side with Meghan wiping tears from her eyes before she speaks alone in an interview, saying, “When the stakes are that high, don’t do it More sense of hearing our story from us?” The trailer doesn’t officially reveal a release date, just adding “soon”. Aside from the teaser, not much has been shared about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s project since they met two ago Forged their partnership with the streamer years ago, however, Markle gave a rare update on it in her Variety cover story released on October 19, just a few days later meeting reported that Netflix has delayed the release of the documentary until next year.

“We entrust our story to someone else, and that means it will go through their lens.”

“It’s nice to be able to entrust our story to someone – an experienced director whose work I’ve long admired – even if it means it might not be how we would have told it. But that’s not why we’re telling it. Markle shared the docuseries. “We entrust our story to someone else, and that means it will go through their lens.”

Markle and Harry’s multi-year Netflix deal was announced in September 2020, which includes the production of documentaries, docuseries, feature films, scripted shows and children’s programs. So far, the only other projects the pair have confirmed for the streamer are their other documentary about the Invictus games and their since-defunct animated series, titled Pearl (Netflix reportedly canceled it due to a drop in shares).

The Harry and Markle documentary was rumored to be a reality TV series, but the couple previously slammed the idea in a statement persons. “The Duke and Duchess are not participating in any reality shows,” a spokesman said.

Following those rumors, Markle emphasized the difference between a “historical documentary” and a “reality docuseries” in her August profile for The Cut, although she didn’t specify which Netflix project she and Harry are on. “The part of my life that I couldn’t share, that people couldn’t see, is our love story,” she told the outlet of what she will cover.

In her profile, Markle said she didn’t know what was and wasn’t confirmed about the docuseries at the time, but she took time to compliment the director and share what likely inspired the project. “I’ll tell you the Liz Garbus is amazing,” she said. “…When the media has shaped the story around you, it’s really nice to be able to tell your own story.”

Read on to find out everything else we know so far about the upcoming Harry and Markle documentary.

Harry & Meghan Netflix docuseries trailer

Release date of the Netflix docuseries “Harry & Meghan”.

According to People, the documentaries will air in December. According to Deadline, the Harry and Markle documentary has been unofficially scheduled to hit Netflix for some time, although that date has been questioned for a variety of reasons. The outlet noted the streamer was rocked after “attacks” by former Prime Minister John Major were aimed at “The Crown” season five. major, acc CNN, reportedly called the portrayal of his tenure in the Netflix drama “damaging and malicious fiction.” “They’re upset with Netflix, and they blinked at first and decided to delay the documentary,” a source told Deadline. Now it looks like the series will continue as planned. Archewell officials did not immediately respond to POPSUGAR’s request for comment.

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