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Does the documentary arrive at the same time as The Crown?

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Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan
Does the documentary arrive at the same time as The Crown?

Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry are said to be providing private information in their Netflix docuseries.

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The Harry and Meghan documentary series has been long planned. Supposedly, it’ll be released later this year alongside “The Crown.”

Prince Harry (37) and Duchess Meghan (40) have been working on a Netflix documentary series for a long time. The film project is meant to give a private glimpse into their life after their retirement as high-ranking royals. A start date and other details are not yet known. The American celebrity page “Page Six” of the “New York Post” now wants to knowthat the series will appear on the streaming service later this year. As a result, the air date could coincide with the fifth season of “The Crown”.

Netflix ‘doesn’t want to be overwhelmed by Harry’s memoirs’

“There is a lot to organize and a lot of things that are at stake here,” quoted “Page Six” an unspecified source. Netflix wants to “make sure” the streaming service “isn’t overwhelmed with Harry’s memoir, which is also due out in the fall.” Netflix plans to air the docuseries before the end of the year and shortly after The Crown season 5 airs in November. If Harry and Meghan are successful, the series is unlikely to be available until next year, the celebrity site reports.

Will Netflix’s alleged plan work? According to the US celebrity site, Harry’s tell-all book is set to be released before The Crown airs. According to the insider, Netflix executives “knew the book was coming out.” “That’s why they wanted the show this year. They don’t want to wait any longer,” he reportedly said.

What do we know about Harry and Meghan’s docuseries?

The British “mirror” reported in late June that Harry and Meghan have won ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ director Liz Garbus (52) for their Netflix series. In Garbus, the couple would have a filmmaker on board who really knows how to capture real-life drama: several documentaries she directed and/or produced herself have been nominated for Oscars. For example “The Farm: Angola, USA” (1998), “Killing in the Name” (2011) or more recently “What Happened, Miss Simone? (2015), a documentary about American singer and human rights activist Nina Simone (1933-2003).

Already had in May Reported “Page Six”that the docuseries could become a kind of “Keeping Up With The Kardashians”. According to a Hollywood insider, it should be a real docu-soap, including a personal story and very private content. Netflix itself has yet to comment on the project, or an exact start date for the fifth season of “The Crown.” So far, it is only known that the new episodes are expected to appear in November 2022.

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