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Hollywood Strike Raises Questions about Meghan and Harry’s Netflix Deal

The entertainment industry faced significant disruption as Hollywood plunged into a strike after failed negotiations with studios.

Film and television writers had already been on picket lines since May, and now the studios face a dual work stoppage for the first time in 63 years.

The impact is far-reaching, halting numerous productions across the United States and beyond.

Amidst this upheaval, concerns arise about the fate of Meghan and Harry’s Netflix deal.

Observers speculate that the streaming giant might consider dropping them, especially as they have recently decided to end production deals with specific content creators.

The strike could further complicate matters and prompt Netflix to reevaluate its partnerships.

However, it’s worth noting that Netflix has previously expressed appreciation for the partnership with Archewell, founded by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

Their documentary series, “Harry & Meghan,” successfully debuted on the platform.

A spokesperson for Netflix stated that they will continue collaborating on various projects.

One of the projects nearing completion is a documentary series focused on the Invictus Games, a cause close to Harry’s heart as it supports wounded veterans.

The series sheds light on this inspiring event, which Harry initiated after serving in the British Army in Afghanistan.

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