Harry and Meghan: Does Netflix's documentary live up to the hype?
Plot spoiler alert.
If you watched the trailers and thought Harry & Meghan, Netflix's heavily promoted new series, was going to be explosive, prepare to be disappointed, Qazet.az reports via BBC.
Unless you are an individual member of the Royal Family, in which case, you might be opening the champagne - a drink, we learnt from this new show, that Harry doesn't usually enjoy.
To put it kindly, this is slow-burn television.
Volume One, as it was rather grandiosely titled, came out in three episodes on Thursday.
Perhaps Volume Two, for which we must wait another week, will get to the details so tantalisingly alluded to in those trailers: who leaked and planted stories about the couple? Who was fighting a "war against Meghan to suit other people's agendas"? Who was playing a "dirty game"?
What we got - over almost three hours - were new, private details of their "great love story", as Harry put it. Think soft focus lenses, Nina Simone playing in the background, lots of private photographs, videos and even, apparently, a call between Meghan and a friend as she was getting engaged ("OMG it's happening" she says).