‘Harry & Meghan’ receives dismal ratings on Rotten Tomatoes and IMDb, Internet says ‘data doesn’t lie’

‘Harry & Meghan’ receives dismal ratings on Rotten Tomatoes and IMDb, Internet says ‘data doesn’t lie’

By Tuhin Chakraborty

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Netflix docuseries appears to have failed to impress the audience as it has received very poor ratings and reviews on both Rotten Tomatoes and IMDb after the highly anticipated second part was released on Thursday, December 15. In the six-part series ‘Harry & Meghan‘, the couple discusses the events that led to them relinquishing their roles as British royals to start over in the United States.

The first three episodes, which were released last week, primarily focused on how the British media covered the couple; however, in the final three episodes, Harry, 38, focuses more of his outrage on Prince William, who is now the heir apparent, and goes into greater detail about how his relationship with the royal household broke down.


On Rotten Tomatoes, the controversial series has scored a lowly 43% with an audience score of 14%. On the other hand, as of December 16, the series has received a rating of 3.6 out of 10 on IMDb. The low ratings led to some royal ridicule on Twitter as one wrote, “Data doesn’t lie. 👍” “People are sick and tired of listening to them whine the same old 💩. The @netflix vid is a FLOP. 🤮” another added. “Because nobody wanna see this crap,” someone else remarked.

“I don’t care. They wanted to live in privacy. They lied. They crave the attention. Move on,” another said. However, several Harry-Meghan fans have claimed the scores might be fake. One such user wrote, “There is a concerted effort by certain parties/peoples to cast them in a very bad light!” “Wow the white fragility in these response. You are all all in your feelings about a couple that is enjoying their lives. Please find peace and love and stop projecting,” another added. “Buckingham Palace used to send actual armies to attack brown people, now they send bot armies?” someone wondered. “It’s obviously organized. How can one dig deeper into sinister campaign?” another remarked.

In the first three episodes of ‘Harry & Meghan’, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were seen making a number of accusations, including that they were “not protected” by the Palace and that royal advisers were actively leaking and “planting” allegations about them in the press as part of a “dirty game.” Episodes 1-3, or Volume I of the series, were released on Netflix on December 8, while Volume II, with episodes 4-6, aired on December 15.




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