HARRY and Meghan’s bombshell Netflix trailer has had the thumbs-down from 250,000 people.
The 72-second clip has racked up seven million views and 21,000 likes since its YouTube release last week.Harry and Meg’s bombshell Netflix trailer has had the thumbs-down from 250,000 people[/caption]
But a web poll found a quarter of a million people disliked the video – 12 times as many.
The shock figures were released by an online search tool used by more than eight million people globally each day.
It allows users to “dislike” YouTube videos – a feature disabled by the tech giant last year to curb trolls.
Data captured by the tool showed 250,000 have disliked the Netflix “official teaser” in the past three days alone.
The trailer has sparked a frenzy ahead of the six-part series’ debut on Thursday.
Netflix has described the £88m show as a “global event”.
Reports claim viewers will “come away with empathy” for the LA-based couple.
But the series also threatens to spark all-out war within the Royal Family.
Harry tells viewers in the clip: “No one sees what’s happening behind closed doors.”
YouTube has not cut comments from viewers.
One wrote: “I love the part where they left the royal family to have some privacy and a normal life but haven’t stopped speaking “their truths” since then.”
Another asked: “Meg and Harry have brought this disapproval down upon their own heads – maybe it’s time for a little self-introspection?”
YouTube hid the controversial dislike counter on videos in November 2021.
But a software developer launched the Return YouTube Dislikes web extension tool soon after.
Creator Dmitry Selivanov said: “The motivation behind this was simple convenience.
“I prefer to see the rating of the video before I waste time watching it.”The couple’s trailer has sparked a frenzy ahead of the six-part series’ debut on Thursday[/caption]