Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have continued to work with Netflix. They became producers of a new documentary series and also participated in its filming. The project was called “Live to Lead” (in the original, Live to Lead). Variety writes about it.
The show will consist of seven episodes that include world leaders. They include eco-activist Greta Tumberg, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, social justice lawyer and human rights activist Brian Stevenson, US Supreme Court Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Captain South African rugby union and social inequality activist Sia Kolisi, women’s activist Gloria Steinem.
The series was inspired by the legacy of Nelson Mandela. And the name refers to his famous phrase “In life, not only the fact of having lived matters. What we change in the lives of others will determine the meaning of the life we lead.
The series is being produced by Blackwell & Ruth and Archewell and Cinetic Media in association with the Nelson Mandela Foundation.
Let’s remember that the series “Harry and Meghan”, which tells the story of the relationship between Harry and Meghan Markle, has become Netflix’s most successful documentary project. The project’s debut series garnered 81.55 million hours of viewing in the first week after launch. The show also became the second most watched television show in English, reaching the top 10 in 85 countries.