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Why there won't be season two of Netflix show At Home with the Furys

Why there won't be season two of Netflix show At Home with the Furys

The reality series has been a hit with viewers but reportedly won't be renewed.

At Home With The Furys has certainly been a hit with viewers since its release on 16 August.

The Netflix show highlights Tyson coming out of boxing retirement, as well as focusing on their family life as Tyson and Paris, who have been married for 15 years, prepare to welcome their seventh child.

And the whole family has also turned out, with Tyson's wife Paris, brother Tommy and Molly-Mae Hague, as well as their children, Venezuela Fury, Prince John James Fury, Prince Tyson Fury II, Valencia Amber Fury, Prince Adonis Amaziah Fury and Athena Fury all appearing in the show.

However, this show might not have even come into fruition.

Tyson Fury has reportedly declined to film a second series of At Home With The Fury's.

The boxer, who has been diagnosed bipolar disorder and ADHD, told Capital XTRA Breakfast: "I wanted out. I was like, couple of weeks in, I said: 'Is there any way [out]?'

"I'd be on the phone with my lawyers. 'Is there any way I can get out of this? I don't know what I've signed up for again. I never said I'd do it again. I've done it again, I've made a mistake'."

He added: "But that's just my bipolar going up and down all the time. One minute I'm happy the next I'm not and it's very evident to see my emotional rollercoaster throughout and people are going to be shocked because I can take 10 turns in an hour."

The series has been a hit so far, and is currently on the top ten most watched series, however, it's been reported that he's declined to let the cameras film again.

The series has been a huge hit on Netflix.

According to Mail Online, the heavyweight boxing champ has shut down the idea of a second and third series.

A source claimed: "After retiring Tyson saw the Netflix show has a lucrative opportunity in place of the money he would have earned by taking on a fight.

"But the filming process was particularly stressful and coupled with the fact he's now an active boxer again after coming out of retirement, he decided to put a series two on hold for the foreseeable future.

"There is hope within the streaming giant that it could be reprised but for the short term it is not something Tyson is considering."

The report also claimed that the show was meant to feature 10 episodes but was cut down to nine.

Tyla has reached out to Netflix and Tyson's reps for comment.

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@parisfury1/Netflix

Topics: Netflix, Tyson Fury