Oprah Winfrey and Prince Henry will be the hosts of ‘The Me You Can’t See’, an Apple TV + documentary series about the mental health. The technology company will premiere on May 21 this production in which they have also participated Lady Gaga, Glenn Close, Zack Williams and boxer Virginia Fuchs, among other guests confirmed this Monday by the company of the bitten apple. “Now, more than ever, there is an immediate need to replace the shame surrounding all things mental health with wisdom, compassion and honesty,” Winfrey said in a statement.
According to Apple, the producers of the format have had the supervision of 14 specialists and organizations from different parts of the world to talk about treatments and therapies. The Serie will also have the testimonials of people of different ages, gender and sociocultural condition, added the platform. “We are born with different lives, we are raised in different environments and, as a result, we are exposed to different experiences. But our shared experience is that we are all human,” said the prince henry.
This is the second collaboration between Winfrey and Queen Elizabeth II’s grandson after the media interview that he and his wife, Meghan Markle, gave to the presenter at the beginning of March. The Dukes of Sussex were the protagonists of a great controversy when, in that conversation, Markle accused the British Royal House of racism, singled out Buckingham Palace for perpetuating lies about her and Henry, and admitted that she had suicidal thoughts from the pressure she underwent.
It is not the only audiovisual project of the marriage, which since living in California has further intensified its ties with Hollywood. The couple will produce for Netflix ‘Heart of Invictus’, a documentary series about members of the Armed Forces who suffered accidents or suffer from illnesses.