US critics unimpressed with first season of Harry and Meghan’s Netflix series

US critics were apparently unimpressed with the first season of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s new Netflix series, describing it as “a simple romance devoid of royal filth. real family”.

Major U.S. media outlets have given mostly unfavorable reviews of the documentary, the first three episodes of which began streaming on Thursday.

In it, Harry accuses the royal of having “a large degree of unconscious bias” and Meghan says the media wants to “destroy” her.

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Major U.S. media outlets have given mostly unfavorable reviews of the documentary, the first three episodes of which began streaming on Thursday (PA Wire)

Variety’s lead television critic, Daniel D’Addario, said that the pair had previously “shocked the world many times” – both with the infamous “Megxit” and the subsequent interview with Oprah Winfrey in September. 3 year 2021.

“With today’s release… the Sussexes have surprised us once again, with their limited view of their popularity, their presence on the world stage having become pinched and how unimaginative,” he wrote.

“They may waive their responsibility to the crown, but they are still serving.

However, none of this is the royal evasion we’ve come to expectStephanie Bunbury, Deadline

“There’s an air of obligation to the whole ‘Harry & Meghan’ business, as if they have the honor of being bound to continue telling their personal stories until we finally don’t. more interested.”

Thursday’s episodes also shared some details about previous allegations of racism within the royal family.

But Stephanie Bunbury, of Deadline, said the episodes were not the “royal evisceration we were expecting”.

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“The story so far has been a simple romance, with the most handsome royals out of business sitting on a couch agreeing that, guess what, they fell madly in love that morning. second date,” she wrote.

“None of this, however, is the royal evisceration we have come to expect.

“Perhaps, Harry Formerly known as a Prince and his wicked wife will elaborate a bit more in Volume II next week about what prompted them to give up the whole thing and set up shop in California.”

With today’s release… the Sussexes have surprised us once again, with their limited view of their fame, their presence on the world stage becoming pinched and lacking. How is the imagination?Daniel D’Addario, chief television critic of Variety

The writers of The Hollywood Reporter agreed that while viewers were experiencing “an intimate retelling” of Harry and Meghan’s “wonderful love story”, there was no “really groundbreaking content”. .

“Despite high expectations for what the documentary could reveal, audiences were not enlightened about anything truly groundbreaking in the first three episodes,” a THR article reads.

The sequel to the six-part series will be released next week on December 15.

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