At Archewell, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have hired a new Head of Scripted Television

A new head of scripte TV was engaged by Sussex’ duke and duchess to perform their Netflix programmes.

The pair have recruited producer Nishika Kumble into the Archewell banner to supervise the shown TV series with the streaming giant with an emphasis on creating content that informs, elevates and inspires many voices.

Formerly working for Le Train Train Productions, the firm managed by Hollywood actress Rashida Jones and Will McCormack as VP Development and Productions, Kumble waas responsible for production of FX’s award-winning shows “Fargo” and “Legion” in Noah Hawley’s 26 Keys Productions.

She will serve with Ben Browning, the head of content at Archewell. The Official Title of Kumble is S.V.P. of Scripted TV.

In March, Ben started his part in the pair, and his earlier credits included ‘Late Night,’ ‘The Big Sick,’ ‘Arrival, Room’ and ‘Promising Young Woman’ which were starred by and nominated for five Oscars alongside Carey Mulligan.

Prince Harry, 36, and Meghan, 40 years old, have hired Chanel Pysnik as Head of Unscript and Rebecca Sananes as Audio Manager as well as other appointments to the firm.

Browning spoke of his choice to join Archewell, ‘I knew I wanted to contribute to this unique occasion as soon as they presented their perspective on Archewell as a worldwide production business to highlight various perspectives and convey exciting tales.

In September 2020, Harry and Meghan struck a contract with Netflix – which has 190 million users across the world – and have officially revealed their first projects with Netflix.

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