In the black-and-white photo, which serves as the podcast's cover art, Meghan poses against a gray backdrop while wearing a white ribbed tank top. Her long hair is down, with one half behind her shoulders and the other half cascading in front of her, and she looks calmly into the camera. The cover art includes a dark green gradient border and text that reads, "Archetypes with Meghan."
The 12-episode series will shed light on the tropes that women across generations have overcome and marks the first part of her and Prince Harry's content partnership with the streaming giant.
The duchess explained the show's premise while speaking in the introduction. "This is Archetypes—my podcast about the labels and tropes that try to hold women back," she said. "Over the course of the next dozen episodes, we’re going to live inside and rip apart the boxes women have been placed into for generations—boxes like diva, crazy, the b-word, slut. Some of these words—these labels—are harsh; they’re abrasive. And I want to get to the bottom of where they come from, why they’ve stuck around for so long, and—importantly—how we can move past them."
For the first episode, Meghan teamed up with her friend, Serena Williams, to talk all things related to ambition, motherhood, and life in the public eye. Next week's episode will star Mariah Carey.