After the announcement landed yesterday, Twitter went into a frenzy with some Netflix users even threatening to throw in the towel on their monthly subscriptions as a result.
One fan fumed: "Cancelled my Netflix today. When you cancel, they ask why. I checked 'Other', and wrote, 'The signing of Meghan and Harry'."
A second person agreed, adding: "That's an excellent reason not to have Netflix. I never thought Harry would sell out!"
While a third explained: "Time to cancel the Netflix contract with the news about Meghan and Harry."
Meanwhile, other fans were quick to defend the former royal pair, hitting out at keyboard warriors who had suggested they'd now cancel.
One tweet read: "Trolls be crying and stating they will now cancel Netflix. Good, they don't need your stinking money Harry and Meghan will bring them many more new customers."
Another exclaimed: "Guess what nobody cares whether you cancel Netflix or not. Meghan and Harry will keep on shining... they don't need you they have us. They have the world."
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex revealed on Wednesday that they will make documentaries, films, scripted and kids’ programmes with the streaming giant, even though they have never produced a TV show.
While Meghan and Harry's fee for the agreement has been kept under wraps, it has been suggested that the pair could expect to swoop up a whopping £75million.
The deal also echoes Meghan's past comments that she will not be return to acting.
Excited about their joint venture, Meghan and Harry said in a statement: "Our focus will be on creating content that informs but also gives hope.
"As new parents, making inspirational family programming is also important to us."
Netflix became a contender for the famous couple due to their "unprecedented reach" that will help Harry and Meghan share "impactful content that unlocks action".