It came as a surprise to absolutely no one when reality show At Home with the Furies shot to the top of the Netflix charts when it first landed on the streamer.


The nine-part fly-on-the-wall series revolves around world heavyweight champion boxer Tyson Fury and his family, including his wife Paris and, of course, his half-brother Tommy Fury and partner Molly-Mae, who met on ITV reality series Love Island.

Naturally, those who tuned into the show are curious to know if there will be a second season, and Netflix would undoubtedly foot the bill given its popularity. But according to the man himself, it sounds unlikely at this moment in time.

"I wanted out," he said (via The Sun) of the filming process. "It was a couple of weeks in, and I was on the phone to my lawyers: 'Is there any way I can get out of this? I don't know what I've signed up for again. I've made a mistake.'"

Paris added: "We got halfway through filming and he wanted to cancel the whole show."

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But as we've seen in the past with his decision to step out of retirement, nothing is ever off the table.

Here's everything we know so far about the show's future.

Will At Home with the Furys return for season 2?

Prince John James, Paris, Athena, Prince Tyson Fury II, Tyson, Valencia Amber, Prince Adonis Amaziah and Venezuela in At Home with the Furys, sitting on a white and gold sofa
At Home With The Furys. Netflix

Netflix is yet to confirm whether the Fury family will be back on our screens for a second season, but there are already reports swirling that it has been recommissioned.

"They’re so confident it will be a hit with audiences that they want more and filming is due to start this autumn," a reported insider told The Sun earlier this month, describing the rumoured news as "great news for fans of Tyson, as well as those being introduced to the career and home life of the boxer for the first time".

"Netflix are sure the show will have everyone hooked and were quick to snap up the leading man up before his diary became too full," the source added.

We'll keep you updated as soon as we know more.

At Home With the Furys season 2 release date speculation

Tyson and Tommy Fury in At Home With The Furys, sitting at a table with pint glasses in front of them
Tyson and Tommy Fury in At Home With The Furys. Netflix

While we're yet to get that confirmation about a second season, if it does happen, another season could drop as early as 2024.

Of course, the cameras would have to follow the family around for a few more months - but there's plenty going on in the world of the Furys right now, including an engagement, and a new family member about to join the fold!

What will happen in At Home With The Furys season 2?

Molly Mae Hague and Tommy Fury kissing each other
Molly Mae Hague and Tommy Fury. Instagram/@MollyMae

If the reports suggesting that filming could begin this autumn are to be believed, it’s possible that we could get a glimpse into Tommy and Molly-Mae’s engagement celebrations and even wedding planning.

This summer, Tommy proposed to his girlfriend of four years while on a romantic trip to Ibiza, and the couple, who also became parents for the first time back in January, will be in the thick of marriage prep.

In a YouTube video shared shortly after the proposal, Molly-Mae revealed that the pair plan to tie the knot in a church in the UK "as Tommy is religious".

Although they won’t be getting hitched until at least 2025, as Molly-Mae’s sister Zoe is getting married next year, there’s always a chance they fancy getting a head start on preparations.

Tyson and Paris Fury are also set to welcome their seventh child later this year, after announcing the happy news in March, so it’s certainly set to be a busy time for the family.

At Home with the Furys season 1 is available to stream on Netflix. Sign up for Netflix from £4.99 a month. Netflix is also available on Sky Glass and Virgin Media Stream.

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