Prince Harry’s (38) new documentary series “Invictus Games: Invincible in the Heart” (original title: “Heart of Invictus”) does not find a large audience on the Netflix streaming service. While the controversial predecessor series “Harry

In the weekly world ranking list published by the streaming service itself for the period from August 28 to September 3, “Invictus Games: Invincible at Heart” is not even found in the lower places. It doesn’t look any better in the “Top 10” lists broken down by country either. Neither in his home country of Great Britain, nor in the United States or in Germany can Prince Harry’s heart project place himself through the Invictus Games for war-disabled soldiers.

Netflix subscribers have thus made a clear judgment about the five-part documentary series that was released worldwide on August 30th. Incidentally, the anime adaptation “One Piece”, which only started on August 31, took first place in the Netflix charts. The eight episodes of season one have been viewed 18.5 million times across the planet. In total, Netflix users streamed over 140 million hours of the new series from the day it was released through September 3rd.

It’s certainly not good news for Archewell Productions, the Sussexes’ production company. After their initial successes with the program “Harry

So Spotify did not commission a second season of “Archetypes” and even canceled the contract with Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan completely. However, Netflix held – probably also due to the huge “Harry