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The D’Amelio Show to Return for a Third Season

Hulu Original docuseries The D’Amelio Show has been renewed for a third season with 10 episodes, the streaming service announced today.

The second season premiered on September 28th and all ten episodes are now streaming on Hulu.

The D'Amelio Show to Return for a Third Season

The D’Amelio Show is executive produced by Eli Holzman and Aaron Saidman on behalf of The Intellectual Property Corporation (IPC), a part of Sony Pictures Television, with showrunner Sara Reddy executive producing.

From public relationships, to private struggles, to new pursuits, with millions watching their every move, each decision The D’Amelio family makes comes with unfathomable pressure and scrutiny, in an era when comments and opinions are hard to tune out.

The D'Amelio Show

In the second season, Dixie and Charli struggle to separate their own self-love and identity from their online presence. Marc and Heidi parent in uncharted territory, as they try to protect their family from new pitfalls at every turn.

With their spectacular rise comes one-in-a-lifetime opportunities from business to personal relationships, but can they hold on to what matters most–staying together as a tight-knit family?

The D’Amelio Show features Marc D’Amelio, Heidi D’Amelio, Dixie D’Amelio, and Charli D’Amelio.

The show is a part of Hulu’s growing unscripted slate, including The Kardashians, Taste the Nation, Back in the Groove hosted by Taye Diggs, Spotify’s RapCaviar Presents and Drag Me to Dinner with Neil Patrick Harris.

Season 1 of the docuseries set a new viewership record on Hulu as the most-watched unscripted series among all first-season unscripted SVOD titles for the month following its premiere.

“The candor, charm and genuine affection that Marc, Heidi, Dixie and Charli share with each other and with their fans has resonated with Hulu viewers and made ‘The D’Amelio Show’ a hit,” said Rob Mills, executive vice president, Unscripted and Alternative Entertainment, Walt Disney Television, previously.

“We were so touched by the outpouring of messages and feedback we received after sharing our not-always-perfect journey on the first season of ‘The D’Amelio Show’ and in seeing how others can relate to the mental health struggles that come along with the use of social media,” said Dixie and Charli D’Amelio when the second season was announced.

“It has motivated us to continue sharing our journey as we continue to grow and learn, and the ability to process and address it openly has been helpful to us as well.”

Charli, who at 16 became one of the biggest celebrities with over 150 million followers combined and No. 1 on the TikTok platform in less than a year, has the world at her fingertips and works to balance fame and family life with dancing, running a budding empire, making new friends in L.A. and battling the naysayers online.

Her sister, Dixie, experiencing her own overnight rise to fame with over 80 million followers combined, has one of the fastest growing YouTube channels and is ranked within the Top 10 Most Followed Creators on TikTok. Dixie is now pursuing a music career in L.A.


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