Prince Harry, 38, has been lifting the veil a lot lately, both in the Netflix documentary series “Harry and Meghan” and in the biopic “Spare”.
according to look Netflix’s Prince and Duchess Meghan (42) has become the second most successful docu-series in the streaming service’s history, but interest in the prince now appears to have shifted.
There is no higher place
Avisa reports that Prince Harry’s new documentary series “Heart of Invictus” has not earned a spot on Netflix’s top ten international films.
Nor was the documentary series found in the top ten lists in the UK, USA or Norway.
This is in contrast to previous projects such as “Harry & Meghan” and the “Archetypes” podcast. The latter obtained senior positions in several countries, according to Blake.
Despite the great interest in the podcast, it was limited to one season. In a press release issued in June, it was revealed that Spotify and the duke’s company had agreed to end the collaboration.
In the fall of 2020, it became known that Prince Harry and Duchess Megan had signed a multi-year agreement with streaming giant Netflix.
“Heart of Invictus” premiered on August 30.
The five-part documentary follows international competitors at the Invictus Games, an international sporting event founded by Prince Harry in 2014 for wounded, injured and sick servicemen and women.
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