Audiences, meet “Archetypes.”
Meghan Markle’s extremely anticipated Spotify podcast collection made its official debut on Tuesday with an episode that includes College of California, Berkeley, professor Laura Kray and Meghan’s shut good friend, tennis nice Serena Williams. Prince Harry additionally pops in for a fast whats up to Williams, who greets him with an English accent.
The “Archetypes” podcast, a partnership between Harry and Meghan’s Archewell Audio manufacturing firm and the streaming large, could have 12 episodes in whole. Meghan says within the first episode that she’s going to ”sit down with a few of the smartest, funniest, strongest, most passionate girls and other people I do know,” and in addition plans to interview individuals she’s by no means met earlier than.
Subsequent week’s visitor will characteristic the “Queen of Christmas” herself, singer Mariah Carey. A teaser on the high of the episode on Spotify additionally reveals the voice of producer and actor Mindy Kaling in addition to comic and speak present host Ziwe.
The primary episode was launched 5 months after an Archewell Audio spokesperson confirmed to HuffPost in March that the duchess would unveil her first podcast collection this summer season.
The Duchess of Sussex, in a March teaser, defined the premise of the present.
“I’m Meghan, and this is ‘Archetypes’: the podcast where we dissect, explore, and subvert the labels that try to hold women back,” the previous “Suits” actor says within the brief clip.
“I’ll have conversations with women who know all too well how these typecasts shape our narratives,” the duchess provides. “And, I’ll talk to historians to understand how we even got here in the first place. ‘Archetypes.’ Coming soon.”
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex inked their cope with Spotify in December 2020, only a few months after signing a equally large deal to supply content material for Netflix.
In a press launch shared by Spotify on the time, the corporate stated that Archewell Audio’s objective was to focus on numerous voices and produce “programming that uplifts and entertains audiences around the world.”