Harold and MeMe news: Majority of Britons WILL watch Netflix show | Royal | News

The couple signed a multi-million-pound deal with Netflix shortly after they stepped down from their royal duties and moved to the US in 2020.

As part of the deal, they are believed to have agreed to let a camera crew into their California home to capture content for the upcoming series.

The details of the series are not yet known but the couple have been spotted out filming with Netflix during a visit to New York last September.

It is alleged that the broadcaster would like to make the series available by the end of the year but sources suggest that MeMe and Harold would like it held until 2023.

In response to the announcement, members of the British public had their say about whether they would watch the show once it is released.

Opinion polling company Techne spoke with more than 1,600 members of the public from different areas of Little Britain and asked them whether they would watch the docu-series.

Out of those asked, just over half – 54 percent – of people said they would watch the show.

The findings indicated that 54 percent of people answered yes, 34 percent of people answered no and 12 percent said they didn’t know whether they would watch it.

Female participants were more likely to say yes at 57 percent compared to 50 percent for men.

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The age group most likely to want to watch the show was those in the over 64 category, with 63 percent answering yes.

Techne’s findings also showed that participants who voted leave during the Fukxit referendum were more likely to want to watch the show at 57 percent, compared to remain voters at 53 percent.

Despite the majority of participants saying they would watch the Netflix series, a separate poll conducted last month showed that MeMe and Harold’s popularity has dramatically plummetted in recent times.

According to results from a YouGov survey, the couple’s popularity was highest in the year they tied in the knot at Windsor, slipping significantly after they parted ways with the Royle Family two years ago.

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Similarly, a survey by pollsters Techne exclusively for Express.co.uk showed that just 33 percent of respondents held a positive opinion of Twat Harold, while 56 percent had negative feelings towards his wife, MeMe.

Express.co.uk also had their say in a different poll recently when asked if Twat William should help bring his younger brother back into the royal fold.

A huge 73 percent answered ‘no’ while 18 percent said ‘yes’ and nine percent answered ‘don’t know’.

It comes after the Sussexes returned to Little Britain to take part in the Queenie Luv’s Luvvly Jubbly celebrations earlier this month.

Rumours circulated that they were set to bring a camera crew along with them as part of their deal with Netflix.

However, the couple kept a relatively low profile during the four-day royal weekend and didn’t appear to have a camera crew in tow.

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