The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry, and Meghan Markle, Netflix documentary will debut soon. The two’s Netflix documentary which focuses on their love story and departure from the royal life, made its debut earlier this month. The scoop on the second installment of the Sussexes documentary series. Backstabbing, deceit, and jealousy. In their final Netflix episodes, Harry and Meghan criticize one other. Within a few weeks, a new documentary series Live to Lead will premiere, but this time the duo will be handling the production. The couple signed a multi-year contract with the streaming juggernaut in September 2020 that includes the future film. What is the topic of this new documentary series? Here(tvacute.com) is what we know so far! For Live to Lead, get ready!
[Netflix] Live to Lead Release Date
On Saturday, December 31, the Netflix docuseries will make its debut on the platform. There will be seven 25-minute episodes in all. According to the statement, Harry and Meghan‘s executive produced “Live to Lead” in collaboration with the Nelson Mandela Foundation.
The production is said to be based on Nelson Mandela and intended to reflect outstanding leaders, according to the Netflix synopsis. The series will include interviews with a number of well-known figures, including late US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, South African rugby player Siya Kolisi, Greta Thunberg – a climate change activist, Gloria Steinem, a feminist icon and social justice activist, Albie Sachs, an anti-apartheid crusader and former South African Constitutional Court Justice, and the captain of South Africa’s national rugby union team and New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.
The series creator and director said in the statement that they aimed to “honor Mandela’s values by surfacing the stories of leaders who distinguish themselves through their moral courage, the conviction of their ideals and values, and their prioritization of others.”
The seven-part series is described as “extraordinary” leaders looking back on their lives while highlighting the “fundamental values, daily disciplines, and guiding principles that leaders employ to motivate others and create meaningful change,” according to a statement from the streaming juggernaut.
[Netflix] Live to Lead Trailer
Harry quotes Mandela as stating, “The counts in life is not the mere fact that we have lived,” in the series trailer, which was published on Monday. Meghan adds, “It is what impact we have made to the lives of others that will define the significance of the life we lead.”
Through their production firm, Archewell Productions, they served as executive producers of Live to Lead. Geoff Blackwell, the series’ executive producer, also served as director. Additionally performing EP work are Ben Browning, Chanel Pysnik, Ruth Hobday, and John Sloss.