Harry and Meghan face pressure from Netflix to release show before ‘They Want Revenge’ memoir | royal | News

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are filming a “docuseries at home” at their Los Angeles mansion for Netflix, according to the New York Post. A Hollywood source told the US newspaper: “I think it’s fair to say that Netflix is ​​getting its pound of meat.” Former senior palace aide Dickie Arbiter explained that Netflix wants “revenge” after signing the couple in 2020.

Speaking to Palace Confidential at Mailplus, Arbiter said: “It’s quite conceivable that bits of the book could appear in the docuseries.”

Daily Mail newspaper editor Richard Eden added: “Netflix was very interested in the series airing this year to tie in with Harry’s memoir.

“Harry and Meghan are backing down, they want it for next year.”

Royal author Victoria Murphy noted: “That’s pretty interesting in itself.

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“You have two business agreements, one with a publisher and one with a production company.

“Presumably there would be a level of competition there about stories and content.”

Arbiter added: “Netflix has paid, they want revenge now.”

He went on to call the docuseries “desperate”.

“They’ve done nothing but come forward and not a week goes by without their PR people issuing some kind of statement.”

“There are alarm bells, but they’re not ringing as loud as Oprah’s interview.”

Eden noted, “What we’re thinking about now is whether they’ll bring Netflix with them for the Jubilee celebrations.”

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