Prince Harry and Meghan film docu-series At Home with the Sussexes for Netflix giant
Eva Deschamps / May 22, 2022
Prince Harry and Meghan are currently filming a docu-series called At Home with the Sussexes for the giant Netflix, reports the Page 6 website. A new show on which Netflix, currently in difficulties, counts a lot. Indeed, a few weeks ago, Netflix announced a significant loss of subscribers for the first time in over ten years. To explain this erosion, Netflix advances the suspension of its services in Russia because of the war in Ukraine. This decline of 200,000 subscribers, less than 0.1% of its total customer base, was enough to cause panic on Wall Street during the announcement of quarterly results in April.
According to a producer of the show quoted by Page 6, the Sussexes let cameras into their Montecito mansion valued at $14 million. It's unclear whether Archie and Lilibet were filmed. But one question arises: will they still drop bombs on the royal family?
So when will we be able to discover on the small screen, the adventures of Sussex? The schedule is still under discussion, says this source. But the directors of Netflix want this show to be ready for the end of the year 2022. According to insiders, the streaming site's executives want the series to be released around the same time as the 37-year-old Harry's upcoming memoir. Prince Harry has already raised concerns about the details he might include in his future memoir, with experts suggesting it will shake the monarchy to its core.
This announcement will undoubtedly raise serious concerns at Buckingham Palace about new allegations that could be made against the royal family. Freed from their duties within the royal family, Meghan and Harry had quickly landed a juicy contract of over 100 million dollars with the streaming giant. Many projects had been validated. However, in early May, Netflix announced that it had cancelled the animated series Pearl produced by Meghan Markle.