Prince Harry And Meghan Markle's Netflix Docuseries Might Not Be Their Last

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle seem to frequent the spotlight, whether it's the paparazzi chasing them down or the couple willingly filming documentaries. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex had everyone tuning in for their record-breaking docuseries "Harry and Meghan." The first installment, with just three episodes, became Netflix's most debuted documentary. It streamed in over 28 million households. And the pair might have another hit on the way.

Harry and Meghan committed five years to Netflix with a 100 million dollar payout. They signed the deal in 2020 and since then, have had a few projects in the works. Perhaps "Spare" will be adapted to the big screen.

Markle also made a deal with the talent agency William Morris Entertainment. The firm has a range of celebrity clients like Serena Williams and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. The agency took to Instagram to share the news saying, "We are honored to announce that WME now represents Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex in all areas."

The docuseries on the horizon

While the "Harry and Meghan" documentary had many surprising revelations, this upcoming production seems to be drama-free. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are streaming their humanitarian efforts in South Africa, according to the Daily Mail. The pair are set to get their hands dirty building houses. Meghan is also committed to sharing medical information, particularly on safe birthing practices. The show is airing thanks to Netflix and the couple's not-for-profit organization, the Archewell Foundation.

News of Harry and Meghan's humanitarian projects coincides with Prince William's own documentary. Filming is a new venture for the Prince of Wales, unlike his brother and sister-in-law, who frequently record their lives. A TV insider told The Sun, "He's keen to highlight his work, particularly on a homeless project which was a subject very close to his mother's heart, and to connect with the public on a new level."

There is no release date yet for Prince William's documentary or the Sussex's upcoming project.

More of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's work with Netflix

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have continued their work with Netflix after "Harry and Meghan." The couple helped produce the docuseries "Live to Lead," influenced by Nelson Mandela. It premiered in December 2022 and centered around inspiring leaders who devoted their lives to making a change. Harry and Meghan are featured throughout the episodes introducing the activist before the changemaker is interviewed. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Rugby World Cup champion Siya Kolisi are among the notable leaders featured in this series.

Harry also has an upcoming series titled "Heart of Invictus." The Invictus Games is a multi-national tournament held in London. This competition is specifically designed for active and retired servicemen and women who were wounded. The duke had this to say about the program set to release in 2023, "This series will give communities around the world a window into the moving and uplifting stories of these competitors" (via Archewell).

From a deep dive into their personal life to activism and humanitarian work, this royal couple seems to be flooding Netflix with positive, feel-good television.