- Oprah and Prince Harry are the co-creators and executive producers of a TV series which focus on helping people gain insight into mental health issues
- The trailer for the mental health series dubbed The Me You Can't See was released on Monday, May 17
- Many people who watched it were moved and can't wait for the official premier later this month
Oprah Winfrey and Prince Harry on Monday, May 17, gave their worldwide fans more reasons to connect with them after finally dropping the trailer for their mental health TV series dubbed The Me You Can’t See.
Briefly News understands the two co-executive-produced the show in a bit to shed light on mental health and how many, including notable world celebrities, have been dealing with the same.
The trailer of the mental health series, which also saw brief appearances from Harry's wife, Duchess Meghan, as well as singer Lady Gaga and actress Glenn Close moved many people across the world.
Many, who camped on the social media pages of Oprah and Harry lauded them for highlighting one of the less-talked-about social problems.
The trailer touched many people who could not help but pray to see Friday, May 21, in haste when it will make an official debut on Apple+.
It should be noted Winfrey and Prince Harry are co-creators and executive producers for the TV series that was first announced in 2019.
The series features high-profile guests and mental health experts, and it profiles people from across the globe.
A press release shared in early May noted that "living with the challenges of mental health issues and addressing their emotional well-being''.
In other Oprah related news, Briefly News recently reported how the former TV queen supported Ellen DeGeneres following the announcement she was ending her show.
Speaking during Thursday's instalment of The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Oprah Winfrey who appeared virtually praised DeGeneres for knowing it was time to call it a day on the long-running production, which is set to conclude with its upcoming 19th season.
It was through their chat where Winfrey used the opportunity to reminisce on the end of her own eponymous programme, The Oprah Winfrey Show, in 2011.
The star noted that she knows exactly what Ellen is going through and how she feels even as her show comes to an end.
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Source: Briefly News