‘Creative differences’: Prince Harry and Meghan’s Netflix boss has had enough

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“Creative Differences”Netflix boss has had enough of Prince Harry and Meghan

Harry and Meghan’s Netflix documentary is making a name for itself again. Now the director is leaving the entire production and the broadcast date is to be moved.

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The Netflix documentary of Prince Harry (38) and Duchess Meghan (41) is still a long way off.

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Director Garrett Bradley (36) has given up on the production.  The reason for this was supposed to be creative differences between her and the royal family.

Director Garrett Bradley (36) has given up on the production. The reason for this was supposed to be creative differences between her and the royal family.

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But a replacement has already been arranged.  American director Liz Garbus (52) is to continue production.

But a replacement has already been arranged. American director Liz Garbus (52) is to continue production.

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It’s about it

  • Netflix is ​​producing a documentary about Prince Harry (38) and Duchess Meghan (41), which should appear in December this year. However, the release was pushed back to 2023.

  • Due to alleged creative differences, the documentary’s American director Garrett Bradley (36) has now dropped everything.

  • The couple reportedly forbade the director from filming in their premises. The Royals also demanded that some issues be defused.

A documentary has perhaps never been talked about as much before its release as the planned one Netflix documentary about Prince Harry (38) and Duchess Meghan (41). Netflix wanted to broadcast the production this December, but now everything is different. American director Garrett Bradley (36) gave up everything. This reports “Pagesix”.

The reason for this was said to be “creative differences” between her and the royal family. Harry and Meghan reportedly banned her from filming on their premises. “Garrett wanted Harry and Meghan to shoot at home and they weren’t comfortable with that. There were some sticky moments between them and Garrett left the project,” the source said.

Some themes too exaggerated

But a replacement should already be provided. American director Liz Garbus (52) is now taking over the next production. However, the Royals project has to chew on that already. The content did not meet the expectations of Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan. Especially after the death of Queen Elizabeth II last September, the couple tried to ease some of the problems. They also requested that the broadcast of the documentary be delayed until 2023.

Netflix initially didn’t want to get involved, but eventually relented—albeit for different reasons. Due to the current criticism of the fifth season of the series “The Crown”, Netflix wants to wait with the release of the Harry and Meghan documentary. Furthermore, questions should be removed that the incumbent King Charles III. affect. “They both decided to tread neutral ground, softening the bits about Charles and adding details about Queen Elizabeth II’s legacy,” the source said. So the two hope their revelations will “remain interesting without crossing the line.”

The production itself already cost around 88 million pounds, i.e. almost 100 million francs. How the documentary will be received and how big waves it will make remains to be seen. After all, Netflix is ​​already expecting a big hit.

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