During the virtual chat, the duo revealed that they hope the series will help people better understand their mental heath struggles and feel more comfortable sharing their experiences.
“The best that we can all do collectively is continue to talk and share stories that are so relatable to so many people around the world," the 35-year-old told GMA host Robin Roberts.
“One of the things that Prince Harry and I wanted was to have people understand that mental wellness, mental fitness, it's a spectrum and that we're all on the spectrum," Winfrey continued. "In the United States, specifically, one out of five people admit to some kind of mental health struggle. So that means everybody either is or knows somebody who is going through something. So I know that one of the lessons in 25 years of listening to people's stories is that everybody wants to be heard, they want to be seen, they want to know that they matter.”
In addition to Harry and Oprah discussing their own personal experiences, the docuseries also centers around a handful of other individuals and their struggles, including Glenn Close, Lady Gaga and more.
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