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Harry and Meghan: “They are panicked”, but Netflix does not want to hear anything

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Harry and Meghan“They are panicked”, but Netflix does not want to hear anything

Since the death of Elizabeth II, the Sussexes would like to water down the comments they make in their docuseries, which is due out in December. The directors and the streaming giant oppose it.

Harry and Meghan are unlikely to win.

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There’s tension in the air between the Sussexes and Netflix. Since the death of Elizabeth II, Harry and Meghan have “doubts” about their docuseries, writes Page Six. In 2020, the couple signed a $ 100 million contract with the streaming giant, including the creation of a documentary about their lives. The Netflix cameras therefore followed the two lovebirds for many months in their travels and collected their secrets. The result of this plunge into the couple’s intimacy should be released in December, a month after the broadcast of the fifth season of “The Crown”.

The problem is that Meghan and Harry have seen things differently since the death of the queen. The Sussexes would like to water down most of the statements they have made about King Charles III, Queen Consort Camilla and the Prince and Princess of Wales. “Harry and Meghan are freaked out. They try to tone down even their most basic words. But it’s their story, out of their own mouth,” a source at Netflix said.

“They want to save time”

“They insisted on going back on the content they themselves provided,” another informant agrees. “There are a lot of discussions. I heard that Harry and Meghan wanted to save time, ”reports a source in Hollywood. The Sussexes are unlikely to win. If such changes were made to the project, it could not see the light of day until 2023, which does not delight the directors. “They want to keep the content as it is and move forward,” we explain at Netflix.

The streaming giant, for its part, supports the directors and wishes to stick to a release for the month of December. “There is a lot of pressure on the shoulders of Ted Sarandos (Editor’s note: the CEO) to complete this project”, we still slip on the side of the streaming giant. Harry definitely has his work cut out for him: the British press reported last week that he was desperately trying to water down his potentially explosive biography for the royal family.

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