What you need to know
- Oprah and Price Harry have a new TV show coming to Apple TV+ on May 21.
- The show will be "exploring mental health and emotional well-being."
Apple TV+ today announced that the upcoming 'The Me You Can't See' show, featuring Oprah and Prince Harry, will debut on May 21.
The show, which will focus on mental health among other things. will feature some of the biggest names in sport and show business as they discuss mental health and more.
The show isn't just Oprah and Prince Harry talking up a storm, though. Apple TV+ says that more than a dozen experts were involved with the making of the show in an effort to help "shed light on different pathways to treatment."
You will of course need an Apple TV+ subscription to take the new show in, but it's already looking like a must-watch for those of us trying to deal with our own mental health at a difficult time for the whole planet.
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