“Heart of Invictus”, a docu-series from Harry and Meghan’s production company Archewell Productions, will follow “an extraordinary group of competitors from around the world, all service members who have been injured or injured in a changing illness.” Life is on the way to Invictus Games The Hague 2020, which takes place in 2022, ”Netflix said on Monday.
Prince Harry veteran Invictus Games was founded in 2014 and organized a competition for sports injuries.
The multi-part series, a collaboration between Archewell Productions and The Invictus Games Foundation, will follow competitors and organizers.
“I can not get excited over this journey forward as leaders of the community Invictus, to inspire, to heal the world continued human potential and the continued use of”
; Prince Harry said. In a statement He will be the show’s producer and will be appearing on camera.
The Invictus Games Foundation will also be the Executive Producer and the project will “Providing large amounts of capital for the organization” according to Netflix (NFLX).
“The Duke and Duchess of Sussex and the Archewell Productions crew are creating an ambitious slate reflecting their values and why they hold on to it,” Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos said in a statement on Monday. “From the moment I met them, it was clear that Invictus Games held a special place in their hearts, and I couldn’t be happier that their first series for Netflix would show the world. Seen in a way that has never been seen before “
The couple signed a multi-year production deal with the streaming company in September. This includes a series of scripts, documentaries, feature series, and children’s programming. Financial terms were not disclosed.
Harry and Megan out extensive interview with Oprah Winfrey on CBS last month. The exclusivity, the cultural sensibility that sparked news, conversations, and even internet memes, has an average of 17.1 million viewers in the United States.