Several sources claim that the eagerly anticipated Netflix docuseries about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will still air this year and be released in December.
The programme has been postponed until 2023 as a result of criticism of the upcoming season of the well-liked Netflix series “The Crown,” according to a Deadline piece that was published on Monday.
We are told that the show will go on, nevertheless, and that any issues with the documentary are unrelated to the upcoming fifth season of “The Crown.”
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will be making documentaries, films, scripted TV shows and children’s series at Netflix https://t.co/dAQiF5eqzT
— Variety (@Variety) September 3, 2020
According to Netflix sources who previously informed us about the dispute, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex requested that any critical remarks they had made about King Charles III, Queen Consort Camilla Parker Bowles, Prince William, and Kate Middleton, Princess of Wales, be removed.
Netflix and the Royal Family
The new season of “The Crown,” a fictional portrayal of the modern royal family, has drawn scathing criticism for premiering only a few weeks after Queen Elizabeth II’s passing. Queen Elizabeth II Net Worth: How Did Queen Elizabeth II Amass Such a Large Fortune?
The scenes reportedly show the current King Charles, played by Dominic West, trying to topple his mother, who is now played by Imelda Staunton, in a meeting with the former British Prime Minister John Major, while he was still the Prince of Wales.
In his reply, Major denied that the meeting had happened and called the episode “a barrel load of spiteful bullshit.”
It is also believed that a number of scenarios existed prior to the tragic passing of Elizabeth Debicki’s portrayal of Princess Diana in a car accident in a Paris tunnel. The Crown Season 5 Release Date: Will There Be a New Season of the Crown in 2022?
Cast members are reportedly expressing out over how her death was presented on television, according to a source from the show.
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