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- Oprah Winfrey and Prince Harry have teamed up to produce a docuseries called “The Me You Can’t See.”
- The show focuses on topics related to emotional well-being and mental health.
- “The Me You Can’t See” debuts May 21 on Apple TV Plus ($5/month).
One year after leaving his royal duties behind, Prince Harry is taking on a producer role in a new docuseries called “The Me You Can’t See.” You can stream the show via Apple TV Plus starting May 21.
“The Me You Can’t See” is co-created and executive produced by Prince Harry and Oprah Winfrey. The series will explore stories centered around emotional well-being and mental health, according to an Apple TV Plus press release.
Oprah and Prince Harry will steer discussions about mental health with guests from varied backgrounds, including music icon Lady Gaga, NBA players DeMar DeRozan and Langston Galloway, popular chef Rashad Armstead, and more. Emmy nominee Dawn Porter and Academy Award-winner Asif Kapadia serve as directors for the series.
How to watch ‘The Me You Can’t See’ with Oprah and Prince Harry
“The Me You Can’t See” premieres May 21 on Apple TV Plus. It’s unclear if the multi-part series will debut all at once or if episodes will be added weekly.
Apple TV Plus costs $5 a month and new members get a free a seven-day trial. Apple is also offering a promotion that gives anyone who’s recently purchased a new Apple device a free one-year subscription to Apple TV Plus. The deal is only good if you redeem your free subscription within 90 days of your device purchase.
Apple One‘s base plan costs $15 a month and includes 50GB of iCloud storage. Other plans include more iCloud storage. For $30 a month, you can get Apple News Plus and Apple Fitness Plus, too.
Any Apple TV Plus plan will let you watch the series alongside other Oprah-centric shows including “The Oprah Conversation,” “Oprah’s Book Club,” and “Oprah Talks COVID-19.”