Meghan Markle’s Spotify podcast “Archetypes” is about to return on Oct. 4, the streaming platform introduced.
The Duchess of Sussex hit the brakes on the discharge of latest episodes out of respect for Queen Elizabeth, who died on Sept. 8 aged 96.
Meghan and her husband Prince Harry attended the late monarch’s funeral on Sept. 19 earlier than returning house to California.
Throughout a interval of royal mourning, all members of the monarchy paused their official duties, together with Markle, whose podcast launched in August.
“Recurrently scheduled episodes will resume Tuesday, October 4,” the podcast’s Spotify web page learn.
The upcoming episode will welcome comic Margaret Cho, who will focus on navigating the leisure business as an Asian American.
Earlier episodes featured conversations with tennis legend Serena Williams, singer Mariah Carey, in addition to actress, director, producer, and author Mindy Kaling.
Upcoming visitors embrace comedians Robin Thede and Ziwe Fumudoh.
“Archetypes” dethroned Joe Rogan’s “The Joe Rogan Expertise” from the No. 1 spot on the week of its launch.
Meghan and Harry signed on the dotted line in late 2020 to host and produce podcasts for the streaming big. The profitable deal is estimated to be price round $25 million.