Meghan and Harry’s Netflix plans were bluntly dismissed in the ‘Earlier Watching Paint Dry! “| Royal | News

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry announced yesterday that they have signed an exclusive deal with the US streaming giant to produce television shows, documentaries and children’s programs. In response, Express.co.uk asked its readers if they would tune in to watch the couple’s shows, and the overwhelming majority said they would decline to watch them.

The survey, carried out from 1 p.m. to 10 p.m. on September 3 on Express.co.uk, asked: “Are you going to watch the new Netflix shows from Meghan Markle and Prince Harry?” “The vast majority of respondents, 95 percent (8,229 people) voted “no”, with only five percent (318 people) saying “yes”.

Less than 1% of the 8,649 respondents, or 102 people, opted for “don’t know”.

The poll results were also supported by a YouGov poll, which found a similar result.

Their poll, which polled 2,713 adults on September 3, asked: “Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan have announced that they have solidified their plans to create high-profile film and television content for Netflix. How interested are you, if at all, in watching this? ”

Eighty-four percent said they had little interest (20%) or no interest (64%).

Only 12% said they were interested in the content.

Express.co.uk readers took advantage of our poll comments to explain why they would refuse to watch the couple’s new shows.

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“They only get the deal because of his title. ”

Another said: “They’re just swapping the RF connection for megabucks – they’re hobbyists, they don’t know how to do anything, but they’ll just take other people’s work as their own.

“Netflix, once it sees what’s being produced, will decide if it’s worth streaming – hopefully not. ”

One reader felt it was unfair that the Sussexes flaunt such a lucrative deal.

They wrote: “People are losing their jobs and in some cases their homes. People have to rely on food banks.

“Unemployment will increase in the coming months to reach levels that we have not seen in years.

“Then come these two spoiled BRATS with a £ 75million Netflix deal.

“Where do we start explaining this to young kids who don’t have a job and probably won’t have a job anytime soon.”



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