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    PRINCE Harry and Meghan have revealed they are “concerned” about Archie and Lilibet being “digital experiments” in a “world of hatred and harm”. It came as the Duke of Sussex today helped to launch an “online safety toolkit” for children. 3Prince Harry has revealed he and Meghan are concerned for their childrens' futuresCredit: Splash 3He today helped to launch an online safety toolkit for children 3Harry spoke to young people from around the world Harry spoke at the online event titled Making Child Online Safety a Reality with young people around the world - and shared his fears in regard to his kids. The Duke told those tuned in that he hopes 18-month-old Lilbet and Archie, three, will “never have to experience the internet as it exists now”. The dad-of-two explained: “As parents, my wife and I are concerned about the next generation growing up in a world where they are treated as digital experiments for companies to make money and where things like hatred and harm are somehow normalised.” It is not known whether Harry received a fee for...
    Meghan Markle is on the hunt for another broadcast giant to pick up her cartoon series which was axed by Netflix. Pearl, the working title for the Duchess of Sussex's TV show, was officially scrapped last week as part of a wave of cutbacks prompted by the streaming juggernaut's drop in subscribers. It then emerged yesterday that Meghan had wiped all references to the programme from her Archewell website. But despite being dumped by Netflix, the 40-year-old and her production team do not see it as a fatal blow and are now said to be exploring other avenues. Meghan and executive producer David Furnish -  Elton John's husband - will pitch the concept to rival networks such as Apple and Amazon, according to the Sun. Meghan Markle is on the hunt for another broadcast giant to pick up her cartoon series which was axed by Netflix A now-removed quote from Meghan about the series read: 'Like many girls her age, our heroine Pearl is on a journey of self-discovery as she tries to overcome life's daily challenges' RELATED ARTICLES ...
    What’s that I hear? I think it’s the howls of rage and fury emanating from a Montecito mansion in the hours after Meghan Markle had the crushing realisation that pretending to be a Hollywood ‘Duchess’ means nothing in the cutthroat world of American TV. Netflix, which just 14 months ago at the height of the pandemic subscriber boom, employed the Sussexes in an unprecedented exclusive telly deal worth tens of millions, has had a crushing realisation of its own: Viewers of the once-great streaming platform aren’t going to keep paying to be force fed a succession of painfully PC dramas about pregnant men, series campaigning for us to stop eating meat and fish, and documentaries telling white people how we’re racist. The ‘woke mind virus’ that Elon Musk believes is spreading through Netflix like a plague has seen its subscriber numbers plummet, causing a crash in the streaming giant’s stock price and a major crisis in confidence. 'Mark my words, Netflix's announcement spells deep trouble for the Sussexes' golden handcuffs deals with Hollywood companies, who, behind the glossy PR statements,...
    Questions are swirling about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s future with Netflix after news this weekend that the crisis-hit streaming service has dropped Meghan’s much-ballyhooed animated series, “Pearl,” from its lineup, amid a wave of cutbacks. Deadline, which first reported that “Pearl” had been axed, said that “Pearl” was still in the development stage when it’s not uncommon for a project to be dropped by one studio, only to be picked up by another. Netflix also is still “bullish” on other projects it has “percolating” with Archewell Productions, Meghan and Harry’s production company, Deadline reported. That includes Harry’s upcoming documentary series, “Heart of Invictus.” Still, the news can’t be welcome to Meghan and Harry as they continue to face pressure to produce worthwhile content after netting more than $100 million in a deal with Netflix. “The whole problem with entertainment deals is that you have to deliver hits,” said famed editor and author Tina Brown in an interview last week with the Washington Post upon publication of her book “The Palace Papers.” Anyone can — if they’re lucky — sign a...
    Netflix is on track for the biggest stock drop in nearly a decade after shedding 200,000 subscribers in the first quarter. The struggling streaming giant saw shares plummet 27 per cent in pre-market trading despite the firm expecting a strong start to the year. If the figure stays the same it will wipe $40billion from its market capitalization of $157 billion. The stock also plunged by more than 20 per cent in January and fell by as much as 25 per cent on July 25, 2012. Elon Musk was among those to slam Netflix yesterday, saying it had become 'unwatchable' after being infected by the 'woke mind virus'. Upon news that it had shed 200,000 subscribers, its shares plunged by 25%. So far this year, its shares are down about 40%, after markets jolted in January when it said that subscriber growth would slow significantly in 2022 General views of the Netflix Hollywood campus on Vine on April 19, 2022 Netflix CEO Reed Hastings: Founder with Santa Cruz mansion and two jets Netflix CEO Reed Hastings in the Milken Institute Global Conference in Beverly Hills on October 18,...
    Meghan Markle will mark her first trip outside of the United States since quitting the royal family when she travels to the Netherlands with Prince Harry for the Invictus Games next week. The Duke of Sussex and Meghan will cross the Atlantic for The Hague shortly after refusing to be with Harry's family at Westminster Abbey for his grandfather's service of thanksgiving less than two weeks ago. Despite royal insiders slamming the move in the wake of Harry's high court battle over his family's security, the pair will be joined by a Netflix documentary crew for the six-day event, reports the Mirror.  Meghan could even join Harry on stage at the opening ceremony of the games, with one source suggested there would be a 'a big surprise to launch the event'.  They continued: 'Meghan is excited to travel with Harry for the event, which is certainly close to his heart.' Harry and Meghan are expected to arrive in the Netherlands on Friday after travelling from their £11m Montecito mansion in California.    The Duke of Sussex and Meghan will cross the Atlantic...
    MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry have gushed that “when we invest in each other we change the world' after they signed a new woke deal. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have forged a number of lucrative deals since stepping down from royal life, including multimillion-dollar partnerships with Netflix, Spotify and Apple. 1Meghan and Harry have signed another new dealCredit: Getty Now they have revealed they have partnered up with an American ethical investment company - Ethic. In a statement the couple said: “When we invest in each other we change the world… “Be it through the investment of time (as with mentoring), investment in community (as with volunteering), or in the investment of funds (for those who have the means to), our choices - of how and where we put our energy - define us as a global community. “We believe it's time for more people to have a seat at the table when decisions are made that impact everyone.  Most read in RoyalCHRISTENING ‘SNUB’ Meghan and Harry ‘won’t christen Lilibet in the UK’'THREAT' 'Isolated' Prince Andrew 'clinging to...
    The Crown. Bridgerton. The Queen's Gambit. What do they all have in common? Not only are they shows on which the whole world binged over lockdown, they're also all 'Netflix Originals'. They were created by the streaming service that broke the mould of how film and TV is made — creating a brutal bidding war over A-list talent. Until recently, paydays on the big and small screen had begun to shrink, but the popularity of streaming is fast reversing that trend. From The Handmaid's Tale (Hulu) to House Of Cards (Netflix), many of the biggest recent hits have been created not by traditional production houses but by streaming companies, including Amazon and Apple TV. And they're all willing to invest heavily in order to win the battle for viewers. Many of the biggest recent hits including The Crown (pictured) have been created not by traditional production houses but by streaming companies That means buying up the best writers, directors and actors on both sides of the pond. Jaws dropped in 2019 when Fleabag creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge landed a reported...
    MEGHAN Markle and Kate Middleton are reportedly "getting on well" - amid claims the sisters-in-law are even discussing a Netflix documentary after their rift. The Duchess of Sussex had previously claimed Kate, 39, had left her in tears in the lead up to her wedding - with reports the pair had clashed. 6Meghan has reportedly reached out to Kate to collaborate on a show togetherCredit: BackGrid 6The pair have been back in touch recently and are said to be "getting on well"Credit: Paul Edwards - The Sun 6Kate is reportedly "flattered" to have been asked to work on the projectCredit: PA But in a hint of reconciliation, it has been reported the pair are talking again a year after Meghan and Harry quit the Royal Family and moved to the US. A source told Us Weekly: “Meghan and Kate are actually getting along really well and have been in touch more often. “Meghan has been talking to her about collaborating on a project for Netflix, a documentary that will spotlight Kate’s charity work and the huge impact she’s made with her philanthropy....
    The Crown has covered controversies from Royal affairs to family feuds but it's conveniently going to end in the early 2000s and miss of perhaps some of the most controversial storylines of all. The Royal drama won't be covering Prince Harry's wild years and Megxit because recent events haven't had enough time to 'gain a proper perspective', an executive producer has confirmed. Suzanna Mackie revealed that the Royal drama will come to an end in the early 2000s, when Prince Harry and William were just teenagers, meaning Harry's past behavior will be avoided by the creators. Harry's off the hook! The Crown has covered controversies from Royal affairs to family feuds but it's conveniently going to end in the early 2000s and miss of perhaps some of the most controversial storylines of all Speaking to Broadcast on Thursday, the producer, 35, claimed the Netflix show's creator Peter Morgan 'simply can't' write another season because recent history hasn't 'had time to gain a proper perspective'.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'No filter!' Gemma Collins shows off results of...
    The Crown got an 85 per cent viewership bump in the week after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's tell-all bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey.    Royal fans rushed to watch the historical drama after hearing the Duke, 36, and Duchess  of Sussexes', 39, explosive comments, including accusations of racism within the Royal Family. According to The Wrap, in the week after the interview, viewers tuned in to the show for a total of 449 million minutes, an 85 per cent leap from 242 million minutes the week before. The Netflix drama has come under fire from friends of close senior royals including Prince Charles, with some accusing the latest season of 'trolling on a Hollywood budget'.  Harry and Meghan Markle raised eyebrows when they signed a deal with the streaming platform, thought to be worth around £100million, last year.  The hit Netflix show The Crown got a viewership bump after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's tell-all bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey In the week after the interview, most viewers tuned in for the first season of 'The Crown,' as well as...
    MEGHAN and Harry decided to screen their explosive interview on TV rather than a streaming service so millions more could see it. The Sussex’s – who have a £100million deal with Netflix – are said to have agreed with Oprah that their tell-all would be on TV so viewers could watch for free without a subscription, insiders claim. ???? Read our Meghan and Harry live blog for the latest news... 6Meghan and Harry allegedly chose to screen their interview on TV, rather than on a streaming serviceCredit: CBS 6Workers on set for the interview had to sign gagging ordersCredit: AFP or licensors It meant their sensational revelations were seen by 17 million viewers on Sunday night in the US and the interview has now been watched by 49.1 million people worldwide. A joint decision between Oprah, Meghan, and Harry meant the interview aired on TV so that people could watch the chat for free, the LA Times claims. Meanwhile those on set during the chat with the freedom-loving royals – who spoke about having the chance to tell their story...
    Prince Harry said he was persuaded to sign multi-million-pound deals with Netflix and Spotify when he was ‘literally cut off financially’ from the Royal Family. The Duke of Sussex told Oprah Winfrey he stopped receiving income from Buckingham Palace shortly after he and Meghan announced their wish to step back as senior royals and spend time overseas. Harry added that he would have been unable to pay for security to protect his family if it were not for money left to him by his mother Princess Diana in her will. The couple raised eyebrows when they announced in September a deal worth an estimated £75million to make programmes for Netflix – despite citing lack of privacy as a reason for quitting the Royal Family. In December, the couple announced a lucrative deal with audio streaming giant Spotify. The deal, estimated to be worth around £18million, will see Harry and Meghan make podcasts for Spotify’s 320million monthly users to help listeners ‘connect to one another without distraction.’ Prince Harry told Oprah how he and Meghan had to sign deals thought to...
    Fans of The Crown have shared hilarious memes claiming producers will being having a field day - as Prince Harry and Meghan markle namecheck their employer in an interview and admit they've both watched The Crown. The Duke of Sussex, 36, showed his loyalty to Netflix, with whom he has a multi-million pound contract, once again during his tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey by revealing that he and wife Meghan have watched 'some of' the hit series. It comes just a week after he defended The Crown when he joined James Cordon on The Late Late Show, despite the show facing widespread criticism over its 'twisted' depiction of the Royal Family, which portrays his father Prince Charles as callous and self-serving and his grandmother the Queen as cold. The fourth series of The Crown, which premiered last November, showed Charles meeting and marrying an innocent Diana while maintaining his affair with the then-married Camilla Parker-Bowles. Scenes showing Diana gorging on food before vomiting into a toilet are so graphic that they carry on-screen warnings. And the frequent references to the...
    Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have signed an exclusive podcast deal with Spotify.  The couple will produce and host their own shows, starting with a holiday special that will be released this month.  The couple's newly formed Archewell Audio will produce programming that 'uplifts and entertains audiences around the world' and features 'diverse perspectives and voices,' the Swedish firm said today.  The couple said in a statement: 'What we love about podcasting is that it reminds all of us to take a moment and to really listen, to connect to one another without distraction.  'With the challenges of 2020, there has never been a more important time to do so, because when we hear each other, and hear each other's stories, we are reminded of how interconnected we all are.' 
    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's animated Netflix series about inspiring women is 'creating a lot of buzz in the industry', a source has claimed. The Duke, 36, and Duchess of Sussex, 39, announced earlier this month that they have signed a megawatt Netflix deal said to be worth £112million to make TV series, films and children's shows for the streaming service.  Their first project, which is aimed at a young audience, is in pre-production and has been greenlit by bosses at the media giant. An industry insider told Vanity Fair's Katie Nicholl: 'There's a lot of buzz about it, it is going ahead and work has started on the series.' Prince Harry, 36, and Meghan Markle's, 39, first Netflix project which is an animated series about inspiring women is 'creating a lot of buzz in the industry', a source has claimed Other projects the couple are currently working on include a wildlife documentary series, which could see the Duke and Duchess travel to Africa when global Covid-19 restrictions are lifted.  And future plans include scripted series, docuseries, documentaries, features...
    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle issued a statement Monday, denying a report that they would be offering fans “a glimpse into their lives” for a reality TV series that would be produced as part of their new multimillion-dollar Netflix deal. “The Duke and Duchess are not taking part in any reality shows,” a spokesperson for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex said in a statement to The Daily Mail. The report from The Sun nonetheless sounded intriguing, with a source saying the “docuseries” would focus on the couple’s philanthropic work. Former TV actress Meghan also hoped viewers would “get to see the real her,” the source said. U.K.-based PR expert Mark Borkowski said such a reality show could be beneficial to the couple’s ability to promote their causes and positively brand themselves in their post-royal lives. “They have laid out a grand plan and are fulfilling it,” Borkowski told The Sun. “They are doing this all on their own terms. Their determination to have their voice heard sustains them.” Borkowski said that the big hits on Netflix are reality shows,...
    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex today denied claims they had agreed to star in a fly-on-the-wall Netflix reality series with cameras following them for three months. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were said to have been hoping to 'give people a glimpse into their lives and see all the charity work they do', according to a source. But a spokesman for the royal couple insisted today: 'The Duke and Duchess are not taking part in any reality shows.'  It comes after Harry and Meghan signed a £112million Netflix deal to make TV series, films and children's shows for the streaming service. Reports had suggested Harry and Meghan would be followed for three months amid the possibility of cameras being allowed into their home in Montecito, California.  But the couple moved to deny the claims in a statement issued this afternoon.  The Duke and Duchess of Sussex talk about voting in the US election during a TV appearance to mark Time magazine's 100 most influential people roll call last week A source had told The Sun: 'They may have had...
    Eight months after they fled the U.K. to escape media scrutiny and search for “privacy,” Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have recovered enough to agree a deal to star in a lucrative fly-on-the-wall Netflix reality series. The pair hope to “give people a glimpse into their lives and see all the charity work they do,” according to a source quoted by the Sun newspaper, adding Meghan wants the world to see the “real her.” “It will be tasteful. They want to give people a glimpse into their lives,” the newspaper said. It comes after the royal couple signed a $140 million Netflix agreement to make TV series, films and children’s shows exclusively for the streaming service. As Breitbart London reported, back in January the couple announced they are to “transition” to a “progressive new role” in 2020 which would mean leaving the U.K. for the other side of the Atlantic. Royal Family ‘Deeply Disappointed’ and ‘Hurt’ by Harry and Meghan’s Announcement: Report https://t.co/MybCZqIWvE — Breitbart London (@BreitbartLondon) January 9, 2020 Initially the royal pair headed for Canada. Then in March they flew by private...
    Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have reportedly agreed to star in a fly-on-the-wall Netflix reality series with cameras following them for three months. The couple 'want to give people a glimpse into their lives and see all the charity work they do', a source said.  It comes after they signed a £112 million Netflix deal to make TV series, films and children's shows for the streaming service.   Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have reportedly agreed to star in a fly-on-the-wall Netflix reality series with cameras following them for three months The docuseries will follow the couple for three months and focus on their charitable work, according to a report in The Sun.  'They may have had all these lofty ideas about producing epics highlighting environmental causes and the poverty gap, but Netflix obviously want their pound of flesh,' a source told the publication.  'It will all be very tasteful, and not Katie Price and Peter Andre-style reality TV, but they want to give people a glimpse into their lives and see all the charity work they do.' According to...
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