Harry and Meghan, falling out with the director of Netflix: he resigns



Prince Harry and Meghan Markle had hired an Oscar-nominated director for their Netflix series. But as has often happened in recent years, the Sussexes fell out with him and, for that reason, he is said to have quit. The well-known director chosen by the couple would be Garrett Bradley, author of the acclaimed Netflix series about tennis prodigy Naomi Osaka.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s documentary ended up being directed by another filmmaker. According to some reports, it should be released within a few weeks. The streaming giant reportedly paid $100 million to trick them into giving themselves up to the cameras.


The release date is still debated. Deadline recently insisted the show will be delayed until the New Year due to reviews for The Crown’s fifth season. Conversely, Page Six reports that there will be no postponement and that “the show will go on” and air in December.

Harry and Meghan, what will happen to the Netflix series after the dispute

According to what an insider reports, therefore, the first director that Netflix had joined the couple has quit. The source, close to the world of television, told the New York Post: “Garrett wanted Harry and Meghan to film at home and they were not comfortable doing it. There were difficult times between them and Garrett left the project. Harry and Meghan’s production company captured as much footage as possible before Liz Garbus was hired.”

To manage

At the base of the dispute, there would therefore be a different look on how to continue filming. It was ultimately Garbus who carried out the project. She is an accomplished documentarian and director, best known for recently directing the final season of The Handmaid’s Tale. His name was among the nominees for the Emmys in 2021. Definitely the Netflix show dedicated to the couple is already on everyone’s lips and promises to cause a sensation.

To manage

To this must also be added the new memoirs of Prince Harry. According to experts, these two projects prevented any reconciliation with King Charles or Prince William. Other sources, however, said that after Queen Elizabeth’s death, the Sussexes would “denied much of what they said about Charles III, Queen Consort Camilla and the Prince and Princess of Wales. in their documentary series.

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