According to a report released Monday by Deadlinethe highly anticipated documentary series of Prince Harry and Meghan markle has been pushed back to 2023 due to negative reactions to the upcoming season of “The Crown“, Netflix’s flagship series.
“They are shaken at Netflix and they blinked first and decided to postpone the documentary“, a source told the outlet.
But according to Page Six, Prince Harry and Meghan’s highly anticipated documentary series marklestreaming on Netflix, is still slated for release this year – and is set to premiere in December. The outlet adds that the issues with the documentary have nothing to do with the fifth season of “The Crown“.
Netflix sources explained to the American media that there were problems between the Duke and Duchess of sussex and Netflix, as they wanted to remove any compromising comments they had made about King Charles III, Queen Consort Camilla Parker BowlesPrince William and Kate MiddletonPrincess of Wales.
It is indeed the couple who had wished to postpone the show to next year.
But a very well-placed industry source told Page Six: “As far as I know, the documentary series is still scheduled for later this year.“
Netflix has yet to announce an official release date, and sources told Page Six that there are still issues with it. the documentary: Harry and markle made comments there that contradicted what he wrote in his forthcoming memoir.
The new season of “The Crown“, a fictionalized account of the modern royal family, has drawn fierce criticism, just weeks after the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
The scenes would show the new King Charles, played by Dominic West, attempting a coup against his mother, now played by Imedla Stauntonwhen he was Prince of Wales, during a meeting with former British Prime Minister Sir John Major.
The latter told the Mail on sunday that this encounter never happened, calling the scene “barrel of malevolent nonsense“.
There would also be many scenes leading to the tragic death of Princess Diana, played by Elizabeth Debickiin a car accident in a Parisian tunnel.
A source from the show reportedly told The Sun that the cast members are speaking out about the portrayal of his death on screen.
“Return to Paris and turn Diana’s last days and hours into a drama put very uncomfortable. Finally, some members of the team rebel“, they said.