Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, are debuting a brand new Netflix documentary collection targeted on leaders — together with late Supreme Court docket Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, local weather activist Greta Thunberg and feminist activist Gloria Steinem — who “combat for change.”
Netflix introduced the collection, “Stay to Lead,” in a trailer launched Monday.
Harry mentioned the venture, premiering Dec. 31, was impressed by Nelson Mandela, South Africa’s first Black president.
“What counts in life will not be the mere undeniable fact that now we have lived,” Harry and Meghan say, quoting Mandela, “it’s what distinction now we have made to the lives of others that may decide the importance of the life we lead.”
The promotional spot for the collection consists of an interview with Ginsburg, the liberal chief of the Supreme Court docket who died in 2020 at 87.
“At each flip in my life, I assumed, ‘Do I actually need this?’ And if the reply’s sure, you discover a approach,” Ginsburg tells the digicam.
“It’s about individuals who have made courageous decisions,” Harry, who alongside along with his spouse stepped down from his function as a full-time working member of the British royal household in 2020 and moved to California, mentioned of the collection.
“Giving inspiration to the remainder of us to stay, to guide,” Harry, 38, mentioned.
Different figures featured within the seven-episode collection embrace New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, South African rugby staff captain Siya Kolisi and Equal Justice Initiative founder Bryan Stevenson, amongst others, based on the teaser for the Netflix present. A Netflix consultant declined to remark about Ginsburg’s participation.
The collection was produced by Blackwell & Ruth, who was Mandela’s writer, together with Harry and Meghan’s Archewell Productions and the Nelson Mandela Basis.
The premiere of “Stay to Lead” comes weeks after the couple made headlines with one other documentary on the streaming platform, “Harry and Meghan.”
Within the docuseries, Harry and the previous “Fits” star detailed their cut up from the royal household, and criticized the British tabloids and the media for what they described as sensationalistic protection of their lives.
“Stay to Lead” additionally comes simply forward of the discharge of Harry’s highly-anticipated memoir, “Spare,” which is poised to come back out on Jan. 10.