Meghan and Harry's Netflix Hopes Crushed After US rejection: 'No One Wants to Watch!'

Meghan and Harry's Netflix Hopes Crushed After US rejection: 'No One Wants to Watch!'

Harry is currently self-isolating after arriving in the UK from the US. Next week, he will meet with his brother Prince William to unveil a statue of the pair's late mother, Princess Diana. It is the first time the Duke of Sussex has visited his family since Prince Philip's funeral and having appeared in a string of broadcast interviews in which he spoke out against The Firm.

The Queen was seen driving on Friday evening in Windsor just hours after Harry's arrival.

Harry is staying at Frogmore Cottage, and according to The Sun, Her Majesty was driving towards the royal residence.

He became absent from royal life on departing the UK for North America with Meghan Markle last year. 

Ties were further severed when the pair announced they would no longer be returning as working royals earlier this year.

Carving out new, private lives for themselves, Meghan and Harry have taken on a range of responsibilities including securing lucrative job contracts.

Netflix offered them a sum thought to be worth £109million to produce original content.

The pair have yet to create anything but announced in April that they had started work on a series about the Invictus Games as competitors prepare for the 2022 event.

While many have welcomed the possibilities of their creations, others have outright rejected them.

Meghan and Harry's Netflix Hopes Crushed After US rejection: 'No One Wants to Watch!'
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On hearing the Netflix announcement, Maureen Callahan, a US columnist, brutally snubbed the pair's ambitions and claimed that "no one wants to watch" anything they produce.

Writing about Harry's wealth and the pair's newfound private ventures in the New York Post, she said: "Meghan showed up on 'America’s Got Talent for no discernible reason, and Harry and Meghan just announced that $100-million-dollar deal with Netflix.

"'Making inspirational family programming,' they said in a statement, 'is important to us.'

"Uh-huh. They droned on about 'the power of the human spirit: of courage, resilience, and the need for connection. 

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