Sylvester Stallone’s family reality TV show is renewed for a second season

Sylvester Stallone’s family reality TV show is renewed for a second season at Paramount+… just one week after the series debuted

The Paramount+ reality series The Family Stallone has been renewed for a second season.

The news about the Sylvester Stallone-starring show was revealed on Thursday morning, and the renewal took place just a week after the program broke several of the streaming platform’s records.

The show, whose star wrote breakup texts for his daughters to send to their boyfriends in a recent episode, experienced the most successful launch for an original reality series in the history of Paramount+.

The Family Stallone stars Sylvester, 76, and his wife Jennifer Flavin, as well as their daughters Sophia, Sistine and Scarlet.

The program centers on the actor’s home life, as well as the entrepreneurial activities of his children.

Back for more: The Paramount+ reality series The Family Stallone has been renewed for a second season

Sylvester and Jennifer, 54, previously met in 1988 and went on to tie the knot nine years later.

The Rocky star’s wife has since founded her own skin care company, and her professional efforts are a major part of The Family Stallone.

Sophia, 26, previously became well-known for featuring her father in various social media posts and currently co-hosts a podcast alongside her younger sister.

Sistine, 24, has embarked on a modeling career and is following her father’s footsteps into the film industry.

Scarlet, 21, is currently balancing her college education with her role in Tulsa King, which stars the Rambo franchise lead. 

The performer’s longtime friend Al Pacino, as well as his former costar Dolph Lundgren, have both made cameo appearances in the program.

Sylvester recently spoke about working on The Family Stallone during an interview with Collider, where he expressed that he, as well as his loved ones, adopted a hands-on approach to making sure the show was well-produced. 

‘I’m a big editing aficionado, and the family has to get into the editing room so everyone’s on the same page,’ he said.

Doing well: The show, whose star wrote breakup texts for his daughters to send to their boyfriends in a recent episode, experienced the most successful launch for an original reality series in the history of Paramount+

Doing well: The show, whose star wrote breakup texts for his daughters to send to their boyfriends in a recent episode, experienced the most successful launch for an original reality series in the history of Paramount+

Family matters: The Family Stallone stars Sylvester and his wife Jennifer Flavin, as well as their daughters Sophia, Sistine and Scarlet

Family matters: The Family Stallone stars Sylvester and his wife Jennifer Flavin, as well as their daughters Sophia, Sistine and Scarlet

Doing the most: Sylvester recently spoke about working on The Family Stallone during an interview with Collider, where he expressed that he, as well as his loved ones, adopted a hands-on approach to making sure the show was well-produced

Doing the most: Sylvester recently spoke about working on The Family Stallone during an interview with Collider, where he expressed that he, as well as his loved ones, adopted a hands-on approach to making sure the show was well-produced

The actor also discussed the differences between working on films and reality television shows. 

‘It’s a lot more labor-intensive, I find, than doing a feature. A lot more because it’s unstructured…it’s quite fascinating, it’s a real skill set,’ he stated.

Sylvester went on to speak about how he did not want to film single-person confessional segments for the program at first and how he initially acquiesced to the idea if he was allowed to shoot his parts outside. 

‘So my experiment was a failure, outdoors did not work. But I know what you mean, it’s not easy, it really isn’t. That confessional is the glue, quite often, that holds the show together. It’s kind of like the narration,’ he said.

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