TV & Showbiz

Tyson Fury and family reveal new Netflix reality TV series

While Tommy and Molly-Mae are well-versed in the world of reality TV, it'll be interesting to see what the rest of the Furys are like in this setting.

Danny Jones Danny Jones - 20th July 2023

The Fury family have announced a brand new reality TV series on Netflix, revolving around the lives of Tyson, father John, brother Tommy, partners Molly Mae and Paris Fury, their children and more.

While Tyson Fury previously teased that he had “a big announcement coming” and recently announced his next fight against former UFC heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou in his second-ever boxing match, the bigger news seems to be that he’s now trying his hand at being a reality TV star.

Featuring all the main characters from the Fury family, including all of Tyson and Paris’ six kids — Venezuela, Prince John James, Prince Tyson II, Valencia, Princes Adonis Amaziah and baby Athena. Quite the selection of names to digest there.

Simply called, At Home With the Furys, the new Netflix show will give viewers a behind-the-scenes look at the world of boxing, the Gypsy King’s family life and Traveller heritage, as well as all the craziness that goes along with being one of the most famous sporting families on the planet.

The first trailer for the Fury family’s new Netflix series

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Capturing content from spring 2022 right up until June-time of this year, the new reality series shows the highs and lows of being a Fury, as well as shedding a little more light on Tyson and his family’s life since moving to Morecambe.


The show will also feature younger brother Tommy and his partner Molly Mae-Hague, spotlighting his own boxing career over the past year as well as the arrival of their new baby, Bambi, back in February.

Releasing exclusively on Netflix from 16 August, At Home With the Furys will span across nine episodes but already know this will be getting a second series.


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Featured Image — At Home With the Furys (via Netflix)