Harry And Meghan’s Netflix Documentary Trailer Released: An new Netflix docuseries chronicling Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s romance appears ready for release. The first trailer for “Harry & Meghan” was posted by the streaming service on December 1, suggesting that the series premiere is approaching. A December premiere is expected, as reported by People.
As dramatic music plays in the teaser, a series of personal black-and-white photographs from their relationship are shown briefly on screen. Docuseries creator and director Liz Garbus may be heard saying, “Why did you want to produce this documentary?” As a picture of a teary-eyed Meghan surfaces, Harry says, “No one knows what’s going on behind closed doors.” His other words are, “I had to do everything I could to safeguard my family.”
Finally, the film cuts to Meghan alone in an interview, where she says, “When the stakes are this high, doesn’t it make more sense to hear our narrative from us?” The trailer runs for 50 seconds. The trailer only says “coming soon,” so we don’t know when exactly it’ll be out.
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Aside from the teaser, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been somewhat tight-lipped about the project they’ve been working on with the streaming service for the past two years. Days after Deadline revealed that Netflix had postponed the documentary’s broadcast until next year, Markle delivered a rare update on it in her Variety cover story published on October 19.
“It feels good to entrust our tale to someone else, especially a veteran director whose work I’ve loved for a long time. However, it’s possible that the final product won’t be presented the same way we envisioned it. That isn’t, however, why we’re sharing it. “About the documentary series, Markle spoke. Since we’ve given someone else the keys to our story, it will be filtered via their perspective.
“Harry & Meghan” Netflix Docuseries Trailer
According to People, the documentary series will premiere in December. Deadline reports that the release date of the documentary about Harry and Markle has been in question for some time, even though it has been widely reported that the film would debut on Netflix. The publication cited the “attacks” made by former Prime Minister John Major on the fifth season of “The Crown” as the reason for the shakeup at the streamer.
According to CNN, Major called the show’s portrayal of his presidency on Netflix “damaging and malicious fiction.” Sources close to Deadline said that Netflix is “shaken up” and that the streaming service “blinked first” by delaying the documentary. However, it appears at this time that the show will proceed as scheduled. The Archewell representatives did not immediately react to POPSUGAR’s request for comment.
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