Harry and Meghan episode schedule explained as series split into parts

Harry & Meghan: Explosive trailer for Netflix documentary

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Harry and Meghan launches on Netflix on November 8 with the series promising to tell the other side of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s high-profile love story. The highly-anticipated and somewhat controversial series offers in-depth insight with interviews from friends and family who are yet to speak out. Express.co.uk has all you need to know about how many episodes there are.

How many episodes are in the Harry and Meghan Netflix series?

The Harry and Meghan documentary has been a hot topic of discussion in December after the official release date was announced.

The series has divided viewers, with strong views being aired in the run-up to its release.

In the latest trailer, Harry is heard saying how “there is a hierarchy in the family” and there is a “planting of stories”.

Interviewees in the series speak out on the “war against Meghan” following the couple’s high-profile marriage.

The series will air in two parts, with six episodes airing in total.

The first three will arrive on November 8, with viewers in the US having access from midnight.

For those watching in the UK, they will have to wait until 8am for the first three instalments.

The final three episodes will air a week later, on December 15, at the same times.

The latest backlash comes from Piers Morgan, who accused Harry of “using his mum’s death” to promote the series.

Speaking on his show Piers Morgan Uncensored, the TalkTV host said: “As for the shameful comparisons to Princess Diana, I remember Prince Harry being very, very angry about the media exploiting his mother for commercial gain.

“Yet what has he done with this Netflix series? He’s used his mother to sell it.

“Could there be a more grotesque exploitation or a more hypocritical one than him using his dead mother’s imagery to get sympathy for himself again, as a great victim in this world?”

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Yet there are some contributors who have defended the series, including Christopher Bouzy, founder and CEO of Bot Sentinel.

He is known for being a supporter of Harry and Meghan and his company specialises in identifying and understanding disinformation and targeted attacks on social media platforms.

He said on Twitter: “I guess I can officially announce I am in the Harry and Meghan docuseries.

“I want to thank everyone who has supported Bot Sentinel’s research and allowed us to expose the targeted hate campaign against Harry and Meghan.”

In the trailer, Harry speaks of a “dirty game” and describes the “pain and suffering of women marrying into this institution”.

The Netflix series will have a 15 rating, warning it deals with “discrimination”.

Buckingham Palace has not officially responded to the latest look at the documentary.

Sean Mandell, an entertainment and royal reporter, told Sky: “This documentary is going to be a real watershed moment for Harry and Meghan because it’s going to be a question of whether this moves the needle in the US one way or the other in terms of what people think.”

Harry and Meghan part 1 airs on Netflix from November 8. Part two arrives on November 15.

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