From raves about a moving “love story” to dismissals of a “self-serving piece of television”, the Harry & Meghan documentary has split public opinion.
Harry & Meghan doco divides viewers
Love them, hate them or just don’t rate them, Prince Harry and Meghan’s Netflix documentary split public opinion after its launch.
Nick Bullen, editor in chief of True Royalty TV, said it was the most “self-serving piece of television” he had seen in quite a while, describing it as more like a reality show than a documentary, after the first three episodes aired on the streaming service on Thursday.
Lester Holloway, editor of The Voice, said he was moved, calling it a “love story” that talked about the struggles and challenges they have faced as a couple and their battles with the media.
In the Netflix documentary, Harry said the British royal family had dismissed race-related hounding of Meghan by the media as a rite of passage, and the couple delivered a fierce attack on the tabloid press.