Meghan Markle loves that her old show “Suits” is breaking streaming records four years after it ended.
“Isn’t that wild?” ” the Duchess of Suss*x told Variety on the carpet at her Power of Women event in Los Angeles on Thursday evening.
Although she admitted to having “no idea” why the resurgence was happening, she remembers filming the series with joy.
“It was great to work with a great cast and crew. We had a really fun time. I was on it for seven seasons, so not bad,” she exclaimed.
“But it’s hard to find a show where you can binge-watch that many episodes these days, so that might have something to do with it. But good shows last forever.
The USA Network series, in which Markle starred as paralegal Rachel Zane, last month set a streaming chart record for most weeks at No. 1, surpa*sing “Ozark,” according to The Hollywood Reporter .
He has also racked up over 45 billion minutes of streaming time on Netflix and Peac**k.
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Markle, 42, was on the show between 2011 and 2018 and was written out before marrying Prince Harry. She then became a senior member of the British royal family – and left it.
Harry, 39, did not join his wife for her rare red carpet appearance this week.
However, she looked elegant in a $1,400 cream off-the-shoulder midi dress from Proenza Schouler.
She paired it with black pumps and a black clutch, along with hoop earrings ($98) and a chunky ring ($98) from Mejuri.
On the carpet, Markle also spoke about what she thinks the future might bring for her and Prince Harry’s production company, Archewell Productions.
“[I want to make] things that make people feel — I was going to say “good,” but it’s more than that, things that make people feel something, right? And feel a sense of community,” she told Variety.
She then teased, “But we have so many exciting things on the list.”
While Markle can’t really say what she has up her sleeve, she’s definitely made strides in the entertainment industry over the past year.
She signed with major Hollywood agency WME in April – but not for acting.
“The agency will focus on growing its business operations across multiple facets of the agency and its wider ecosystem, including film and television production, brand partnerships and more,” NME said in a press release at the time.
Additionally, she and Prince Harry are still committed to their lucrative deal with Netflix, where they have already released the record-breaking series “Harry & Meghan” and “Heart of Invictus,” which follow the long road to the prince’s 2022 Invictus Games Harry. The Hague.
In August, author Carley Fortune confirmed to the Independent that her bestselling romance novel “Meet Me at the Lake” would be adapted by Archewell Productions for release on Netflix.
In June, however, the Suss*xes’ Archewell Audio and Spotify parted ways after the pair produced only one season of its “Archetypes” podcast in a $20 million deal.