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Prince Harry and Meghan’s New Streaming Series

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Netflix recently declared that Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, and Prince Harry are broadening their presence in the streaming sphere with two new nonfiction series under Archewell Productions. This effort reflects the couple’s continued partnership with the streaming service and their dedication to creating content that mirrors their values and varied interests.

The inaugural series will feature Meghan Markle revisiting her interests in cooking, gardening, entertaining, and friendship. Directed by Michael Steed, recognized for his contributions to “Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown,” and produced by Leah Hariton, the lifestyle-oriented show aims to merge Meghan’s culinary enthusiasm.

Sony Pictures Television will collaborate in the production of this series, which has previously supported successful projects like “The D’Amelio Show” on Hulu and “Leah Remini: Scientology & the Aftermath” on A&E. Meghan, known for her performance in “Suits,” will contribute as an executive producer, adding a personal element to the show.

The second series intends to offer audiences a glimpse into the competitive realm of professional polo. The filming will be based around the US Open Polo Championship at the USPA National Polo Center in Wellington, Florida. This docuseries aims to provide an in-depth examination of the sport, revealing the dedication and passion required to succeed.

Prince Harry, a keen polo enthusiast, will serve as an executive producer and is expected to appear, providing his personal insights on the sport. Milos Balac of FX’s “Welcome to Wrexham” will be the showrunner with Boardwalk Pictures, recognized for their work on “Chef’s Table,” supervising the project.

These ventures are part of a larger $100 million agreement signed with Netflix in 2020, soon after the couple decided to step away from their royal responsibilities and relocate to the United States. They represent a continuation of the couple’s work with Netflix, following the launch of their revealing documentary “Harry & Meghan” and other successful series such as “Live To Lead” and “Heart of Invictus,” which have been applauded for their motivational and informative content.

Individuals within the industry have shown enthusiasm for the upcoming projects. “These projects are very close to their hearts, combining personal interests with their ambitions to produce meaningful content,” shared a source involved in the production. Another insider emphasized the unique nature of the polo series, stating, “It’s not just about the sport but the culture and community around it. There’s a lot to be told in the world of competitive polo that many aren’t aware of.”

Meghan has also recently ventured into podcasts, signing a contract with Lemonade Media to launch a new series while continuing her Spotify series “Archetypes.” The couple has also secured the screen rights to Carley Fortune’s “Meet Me at the Lake,” which they intend to adapt into a film.

As audiences and media observers alike eagerly await the titles and release dates for the new Netflix series, anticipation is building. Through these projects, Meghan and Harry continue to carve a unique path in the media industry, reflecting their journey and values while promising to deliver authentic and relatable content to their audience.

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