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LONDON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 19: Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex watches a trampolining session during his visit to a ‘Fit and Fed’ half-term initiative in Streatham on February 19, 2019 in London, England. The national ‘Fit and Fed’ campaign aims to provide children and young people with free access to activity sessions and a nutritious lunch during school holidays. (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images)

It’s no secret. The world is in crisis. And up until the last few decades, mental health was a taboo subject in our society. There was no talking about feelings. There were labels, finger pointing, and ridicule. Now, mental health is getting an unprecedented move into the spotlight. And several celebrities have come forward with their stories and their passion for getting humanity reconnected with ourselves with each other.

Oprah Winfrey and Prince Harry are presently leading the way in that mission. They announced that they are coproducing a docuseries about mental health, exclusively for Apple TV. The docuseries will discuss the two executive producers’ struggles with their own mental health, and it has enlisted other big names along the way. Most notably among those participating is Lady Gaga (going by her real name, Stefani), Glenn Close and the late Robin Williams.

The first episode in the docuseries, aptly titled The Me You Can’t See will air May 21. Oprah and Harry just released the trailer. The Me You Can’t See. Check it out.