The Me You Can't See: Season 1

The Me You Can't See: Season 1

The Me You Can't See: Season 1

Oprah Winfrey and Prince Harry join forces to guide honest discussions about mental health in this docuseries. Features notable interviewees Lady Gaga, Glenn Close and DeMar DeRozan.

2021Rating: TV-MAUSAApple TV+
Documentary

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EPISODE 1.1
21 May 2021

Say It Out Loud

Millions of people around the globe struggle with mental illness in silence. In order to heal, that silence must be broken—and now is the time.

EPISODE 1.2
21 May 2021

Asking for Help

The pain, suffering, and urgent need for help is universal—and the simple act of sharing is a powerful first step.

EPISODE 1.3
21 May 2021

Finding What Works

Mental health is about people, not patients. There is no one-size-fits-all approach to getting the right kind of help.

EPISODE 1.4
21 May 2021

We Need Each Other

No one heals alone. By caring for each other, communities shape a powerful route to sustainable recovery.

EPISODE 1.5
21 May 2021

This Is Me

The road to recovery isn’t a straight line. Challenges are inevitable, but hope for each of us lies in awareness, acceptance, and action.

The Me You Can't See: Season 1 / Reviews

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

Prince Harry is a surprisingly apt champion for seeking care.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

There is no doubt that every contributor's motives here were pure. But standing outside and looking at the programme as an artefact and an influence on debate, one might ask whether sharing stories always means giving back.

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The Telegraph

The Telegraph

A sensitive, serious-minded look at mental health.

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The Times

The Times

Feels myopic on the burning issue that many, indeed most, people cannot afford years of therapy.

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CNN

CNN

If "The Me You Can't See" helps one person, this globe-spanning exercise was surely worth it.

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