How to Watch Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Specials 'Royals in Crisis' and 'Royal Divide' Tonight: Start Time, Network and More

Both Fox and ABC will explore the surprising turn of events that led to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stepping down as working members of the royal family tonight.

Not one, but two news specials on the so-called "Megxit" will air on U.S. television screens. First, Fox will air Harry & Meghan: The Royals in Crisis, followed by ABC News special Royal Divide: Harry, Meghan, and the Crown on ABC.

Here's how to watch both programs tonight:

How to watch Harry & Meghan: The Royals in Crisis on Fox

Fox's documentary special Harry & Meghan: The Royals in Crisis airs on Fox at 8 p.m. ET.

Fox is billing the documentary an investigation from the celebrity news and gossip website TMZ.

"More than a dozen people with real ties to Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, and his wife, Meghan Markle, as well as the rest of the royals, have the exclusive story of the tensions that led to a nearly impossible decision for the queen. The special also focuses on the quiet moves of Harry and Meghan to enter the world of entertainment," the network said.

The documentary special will feature appearances from Mark Cuban, Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Lisa Vanderpump, Ryan Seacrest and Piers Morgan.

In a preview clip posted by Entertainment Weekly, Cuban called the Duke and Duchess of Sussex "the new, young Obamas," referring to former President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama moving into film and television with a production deal with Netflix.

"If either of them came on Shark Tank, I wouldn't even wait for them to pitch," says Cuban. "I'd be like, 'I'm in. Whatever you want. Yes!' Because they are so marketable. It would be so easy to develop products and projects for them, with them, and around them."

How to watch Royal Divide: Harry, Meghan & the Crown on ABC

ABC will air its own news special about Harry and Meghan at 10 p.m. tonight.

ABC describes the program as a "prime-time special detailing the events that led to their departure and what their future may hold."

The synopsis for the special reads: "Correspondent Deborah Roberts reports on Meghan's road to British royalty, the challenges she's faced along the way, the Queen, the press, the pressure and Prince Harry, who can no longer call himself His Royal Highness. The special features interviews with Nacho Figueras, Harry's close friend and charity partner; Alastair Bruce of Crionaich, the Queen's Governor of Edinburgh Castle who knows the royal family well; and Julie Montagu, Viscountess Hinchingbrooke, an American who married the heir apparent of the Earl of Sandwich.

"The program, with additional reporting by foreign correspondent James Longman, raises questions about what Harry and Meghan's new life could look like and more."

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Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex attend Heritage Day public holiday celebrations in the Bo Kaap district of Cape Town, during the royal tour of South Africa on September 24, 2019 in Cape Town, South Africa. Samir Hussein/Getty