Diddy and his children’s new reality series, Diddy+7 is officially coming to a major streaming network. The show will be available on Hulu and will feature the family showcasing their new businesses, filmed in both Miami and Los Angeles.

Updated By: Kendall Parks (3/23 at 2:29 pm)

The “All About The Benjamins” artist’s new upcoming reality series, Diddy+7, which includes his new child Love, will reportedly be broadcasted on Hulu, highlighting the family businesses.

The show will capture the Combs family and their businesses. It will also feature all of Diddy’s children. 

The series has already begun filming in Los Angeles and Miami. In related news, Diddy also threw his hat in the ring as a potential buyer of BET Networks.

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Diddy is making his way back to reality television, and this time he’s bringing his family to the spotlight. A trademark filing, Diddy +7, was filed in May 2022 and published for opposition on Jan. 3.

New Combs Family Reality Show?

Mr. Love is on the move again. This time, a trademark filing for a reality television show, Diddy + 7, was revealed and published for opposition on January 3.

Following the recent birth of his new daughter, Love Sean Combs, the Bad Boy founder has included his family in the series, too. It’s not the first time Diddy has entered reality TV. He released Making The Band, and “I Wanna Work for Diddy” on MTV in the 2000s.

More Details About The Show

The statement on the form details the conditions for the show:

“Entertainment services in the nature of an ongoing reality-based television program; entertainment services, namely, providing non-downloadable audio and video recordings featuring information about celebrities, entertainment, pop culture, humor, music, and lifestyle distributed via various platforms across multiple forms of transmission media; providing information in the field of entertainment and pop culture.”

In 2019, the Revolt TV owner shared a throwback picture on social media of his three sons Justin, King Combs, and Quincy, when they were little kids.

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Originally Written By: Kendall Parks (1/7/23 at 2:23 am)