Meghan Markle and Harry’s first animated series for Netflix ‘Pearl’ was cancelled by the streamer. Due to ‘under-delivered’ material from the royal couple, Netflix is reconsidering the contract. The series was created for Netflix in 2020.
Meghan made an announcement as an executive producer of “Pearl” by her production business, Archewell Productions. She founded it with her husband, Prince Harry, in July of last year.
Meghan Markle and Harry’s Netflix animated series was about a 12-year-old-girl girl and her adventures. The little girl is inspired by the real-life influential historical women. However, in an effort to save money, Netflix has decided to halt the creation of Pearl. Additionally, Netflix said that it had opted not to continue with the children’s cartoon series Boons and Curses as well as Dino Daycare.
Last month, Netflix reported a dramatic decline in subscribers and issued a warning that millions more will soon stop using the service. That reduced the company’s market worth by almost $50 billion. Analysts alerted that it would be difficult for it to get back on the right track.
Despite these challenges in TV production, Prince Harry’s long-awaited autobiography may provide his family—especially his brother Prince William—an “intense battle” akin to the Oprah Winfrey scandal to deal with.
Alongside that, a recent interview of the royal biographer Tom Bower has caused a lot of chaos and confusion among people. The royal biographer asserted that he thought Meghan did not anticipate the rigors of royal life until the couple returned to the US in 2020.
Mr. Bower said on Sunrise, “She voluntarily came to England and married into the Royal Family, she must have known what that required. She had to be part of the team and support the Queen and play her part. And all, She sadly did was brag about the things because She wanted the spotlight. She wanted to be the number one. She wanted to turn the Royal Family into a Hollywood celebrity game”.