Prince Harry and Oprah Winfrey's mental health series collaboration, which has been more than two years in the works, has finally scored a premiere date with the streaming platform Apple TV+.

The show is launching on May 21 with several high-profile guests like Lady Gaga, Glen Close, DeMar DeRozan of the San Antonio Spurs, Langston Galloway of the Phoenix Suns, celebrity chef Rashad Armstead, and Zak Williams, who is the son of Robin Williams.

Titled The Me You Can't See, the documentary series will also include testimonies and anecdotes from various people from all walks of life who are dealing with mental issues. According to AppleTV+, the show will transcend culture, gender, socio-economic status and age. Harry, Winfrey and the producers of the series have partnered with 14 accredited mental health experts and organizations to put this show together and shed light on the different kinds of treatments for mental health issues.

The Me You Can't See was supposed to debut in the fall of 2020. However, the COVID-19 pandemic and Harry's departure from his royal work pushed back productions, according to Entertainment Weekly.  

Harry has spoken publicly about this mental health battle in the past, while he was dealing with the loss of his mother, Princess Diana, at such a young age. Harry's wife Meghan Markle, on the other hand, admitted to Winfrey, when the couple sat down with her for an interview in March, that she had thought about taking her own life because of the loneliness she felt living in the royal palaces.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex also said that the palace didn't listen to them when they sought mental health access. Harry said that he felt ashamed for admitting to his family that his wife was having mental health struggles as. a working royal. The couple said they felt that the royal establishment didn't protect them at all.

Meanwhile, Harry said that his show should help people with unresolved trauma, grief and loss, and see that there is "power in vulnerability, connection in empathy, and strength in honesty." The Duke of Sussex has since been working as a mental health coach and the chief impact officer for BetterUp, a Silicon Valley firm that provides mental health assistance for companies.

The Me You Can't See with Prince Harry as producer alongside Winfrey and showrunner Alex Browne will air on AppleTV+ on May 21. Incidentally, May is also Mental Health Awareness month.