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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have made more plans for their Archewell TV shows

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Since setting up Archewell Productions in 2020, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have already announced two huge exciting projects - and it looks like there are more in the works with this latest development.

Growing the team for the production company which makes up part of the wider Archewell organisation, Meghan and Harry have now hired a head of scripted TV - meaning we could be set to see the couple working on some more fictional TV series in the near future, on top of their other projects.

The Duke and Duchess' new senior vice president of scripted TV, Nishika Kumble, has previously worked on TV shows such as the hit crime drama Fargo - so, could we be set to see Meghan and Harry working on something similar?

It's not yet know which other projects Meghan and Harry have lined up, but they've already announced two big TV shows coming out of Archewell Productions, both set to stream on Netflix.

The first is Heart of Invictus, a docu-series following competitors on their journey to the Invictus Games, which Prince Harry founded in 2014. Meanwhile, the second is an animated series called Pearl, which "centres on the heroic adventures of a 12-year-old girl who is inspired by influential women from history," with Meghan Markle serving as executive producer.

Photo credit: WPA Pool - Getty Images
Photo credit: WPA Pool - Getty Images

According to the Archewell site, the production company aims "to produce programming that informs, elevates, and inspires," with the organisation stating that they "will utilise the power of storytelling to embrace our shared humanity and duty to truth through a compassionate lens."

We wonder what else Meghan and Harry have got planned.

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