The Sussexes are keeping busy with everyone's favorite streaming giant.
Yesterday, ahead of today's big public announcements (which included an update about Cameron Diaz and Jamie Foxx's new movie and the new seasons of Bridgerton, and Squid Game), Netflix had a special event just for television press — and content chief Bela Bajaria took a moment to update everyone on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's upcoming projects at the streamer. Fans know that the Sussexes have a history with Netflix. They released their docu-series, Harry & Meghan, in 2022, and Harry's passion project got the documentary treatment, as well, with 2023's Heart of Invictus. The two are continuing their relationship with the streamer, according to Bajaria.
"They have a movie and a TV show and a couple of unscripted shows” that are in development at the streamer, she explained, per The Hollywood Reporter.
"They have a movie in development, a [scripted] series that they're working on. So all very early development, with a movie, a TV show, and a couple of unscripted shows. But yeah, the movie's great," she also said, according to People, via Hello!
Back in 2020, after Harry and Meghan stepped away from their duties as senior royals to focus on raising their children in America, the duo announced a partnership with Netflix. The New York Times explained that Archewell Productions "would exclusively create documentaries, docuseries, feature films, scripted shows, and children's programming for the platform."
In addition to Heart of Invictus and Harry & Meghan, the two executive produced Live to Lead, which debuted in 2022 and featured activists like U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, activist Greta Thunberg, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, and Gloria Steinem. Neither Meghan nor Harry appeared in the show.
In August 2022, Carley Fortune confirmed that Archewell Productions is adapting her novel Meet Me at the Lake for Netflix, though it's not clear if this was one of projects that Bajaria mentioned yesterday.
“I’m so thrilled about working with Netflix and Archewell to bring Meet Me at the Lake to the screen,” Fortune said when the news broke last year.
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