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Meghan Markle’s Rereleased Podcast Archetypes Fails To Hit The Top 200 Podcasts + AN OPINION

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Meghan Markle’s failed Podcast, Archetypes, is still a colossal failure. Lemonada Media probably now realises that signing the former actress to their service was a terrible idea. Why? Well, because their mindset was “we want to give more people access to Archetypes.” What they fail to remember, is that you don’t need to signed up for a Spotify account to listen to it.

Also, we use Apple Podcasts frequently and Meghan Markle’s Archetypes doesn’t even appear in the Top 200 podcasts. We’ve looked a few times since it dropped on the platform. If you’re really looking for it, you have to type it in. We’ve also looked at Amazon Music and we had to type it in there too. Not to mention, while searching Audible, which is owned by Amazon, there were all five star reviews from the Sussex Squad. If you want reviews, try looking on IMDb where there are dozens of 1 star reviews.

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Meghan Markle’s Archetypes Podcast Got Horrible Reviews

The reviews on IMDb were BRUTAL. It was lucky to get an overrall 3 star rating out of 10. When we dug a little deeper, we found out of 4k reviews, there was about a 100-something 10-star reviews. The top two episodes were the second and third episodes, the ones with Mariah Carey and Mindy Kaling, respectively, which both had ratings of 4.4 out of 10 on both episodes.

Moreover, The people have spoken. Meghan is not a good audio talent, she talks about herself too much and barely allows her subjects to speak. We didn’t listen to it but we did hear snippets from people who did and they said it was boring and full of lies. The Archie fire story anyone?

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[Credit: Daily Mail]

The BS Of The Archie Story

When it comes to that story in particular, we call BS. Why? Because the story would have been all over the news if the fire had happened. Also, royal reporters who were there said they don’t recall a fire. Though, a security person who was part of Meghan’s security detail said there was a heater that melted, not a full fledged fire like the audience was lead to believe. Also, he mirrors what Markle said about the MET police telling them to “keep it quiet.”


Why would the MET police want to keep the potential injurying of the Queen’s great-grandchild “quiet”? It makes no sense. Also, who is this “security source”? Again, there is no reason why it would have been kept hush hush. We also know that there people who are “yes-men” to the Sussexes and will sprout whatever they want to get out there. Also, this same person said they saw the Sussex’s car break from the formation and head back to the residence and Meghan jumped out of the car and “bolted” inside like “any concerned mother.” Since when has Markle ever cared about her children? She doesn’t take them anywhere outside the house.

Not The Success The Sussex Team Think It Is

Chris Sanchez, one of their security guards, is one of them. He was the one who spoke out about the “catastrophic near-fatal car chase” in New York. Even Eric Adams, the NYC mayor, said there was no proof a two hour chase happened. Though the Sussexes are still doubling down that it happened.

Returning to Meghan Markle’s Archetypes, the podcast was not the successful venture she and her crowd want us to believe it is. The People’s Choice Award has a voting system where you can submit multiple entries per day.

Finally, Spotify botched the numbers to make it look more successful than it was. If it did any good in the charts, it would’ve been in the top 100 or at least, the Top 200. The Sussex spokesperson were obsessed with saying it was the number one podcast on Spotify. No, it wasn’t. Joe Rogan was on top then, is still is. People were interested because Meghan Markle’s Archetypes was new. They listened to the first episode and the listened decreased dramatically overtime. Spotify was only trying to get more listens because they spent millions on advertising in New York were it was everywhere.

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C.J. Hawkings has written for the now-defunct Entertainment website, Movie Pilot and the still functioning WhatCulture and ScreenRant. She prides herself as a truth seeker and will do (almost) anything for coffee or Coke No Sugar. Oh! And food!

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