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Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury 'in talks for their own Netflix show'

Rhiannon Ingle

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Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury 'in talks for their own Netflix show'

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@mollymae

Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury are reportedly 'in talks for their own Netflix show'.

The former Love Island stars could be teaming up for a show of their own after the huge success of the docuseries following Tommy’s brother Tyson, At Home With The Furys.

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The potential Netflix show would most likely focus on Tommy's professional life as a boxer alongside his relationship with Molly-Mae and how the pair are navigating parenthood following the birth of their child, Bambi, back in January.

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Tommy's boxing career is a particularly hot topic right now given his upcoming fight with YouTuber KSI so it makes total sense why so many fans would be eager to tune into any fly-on-the-wall doc about him and Molly.

The official Netflix premise for the massively popular At Home With The Furys reads: "Following the heavyweight champion as he exits the ring and tries to embrace retirement with his family including his wife, Paris, father, John, and his six children."

Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury are gearing up to star in their own Netflix doc according to an insider. Credit: Instagram/@mollymae
Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury are gearing up to star in their own Netflix doc according to an insider. Credit: Instagram/@mollymae

As well as focusing on Tyson and Paris' family life, who are currently preparing to welcome their seventh child, viewers can also see Tommy and Molly-Mae before the birth of their daughter as the two prepare to become first-time parents.

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In one episode, Molly-Mae spoke with Paris about her thoughts on Traveller school traditions, with Tommy having had conversations about their daughter not going to school.

"I’ve been raised completely differently to that. It would never be a question that our children or child would not go to school," she said.

"But hopefully it won’t cause too many rifts."

At Home With The Furys was a hit with fans. Credit: Netflix
At Home With The Furys was a hit with fans. Credit: Netflix
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An insider has since claimed to The Sun: "Tommy’s appearance in Netflix's At Home With The Furys had bosses at the streaming service wondering whether Tyson’s brother was worth a show in his own right.

"Then, when the documentary turned out to be so popular, that cemented the idea in their minds."

Such reports, however, have not yet been confirmed by either Molly-Mae, Tommy or Netflix.

The news follows the pair - who met on Love Island back in 2019 and have since announced their engagement this July -gained a hefty increase in their net worth after appearing in the nine-part series.

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At Home with the Furys is available to stream now on Netflix.

Tyla has reached out to Molly-Mae Hague, Tommy Fury and Netflix for comment.

Topics: Celebrity, TV And Film, Love Island, Tommy Fury, Molly Mae Hague, Netflix

Rhiannon Ingle
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