In 2020, Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry aired the first and so far only episode of their podcast Archewell Audio. Spotify spent around $30 million on the format, but the company has not yet got its money's worth.

Since the "Holiday Special" episode on Dec. 31, 2020, which featured the likes of Elton John and James Corden, the podcast has gone silent. Is the royal couple losing their million-dollar deal with Spotify?

Will Spotify wait for Harry and Meghan's podcast?

Harry and Meghan are in luck, because the music streamer apparently has a rescue plan. The Daily Mail reports that the podcast is getting a new production team, specially selected by Spotify.

They are taking applicants in Los Angeles, and the job posting says their ideal producer has "experience working with high-profile talent, and an interest in the intersection of social activism and popular culture."

Spotify wants collaborators for a new show coming to the Archewell network. They write:

"We're currently assembling a show team that will build and launch a new original show with Archewell featuring the voices of high profile women."

Initially, the contracts will have a term of six months.

It remains to be seen whether Archewell Audio will be discontinued or if we'll eventually hear Harry and Meghan's podcast as they once promised.