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Charli, Dixie D’Amelio Score Docuseries

The TikTok stars and their family are starring in their own Hulu series.

Charli and Dixie D’Amelio of TikTok fame are getting their own Hulu show alongside their parents Marc and Heidi.

“The D’Amelio Show,” according to Variety, is set to premiere on Hulu in 2021. The eight-episode docuseries follows the TikTok family as they navigate what it takes to stay true to their family values and absorb their sudden rise to fame.

“Two years ago Charli and Dixie D’Amelio were virtually unknown outside of their town, and now have over 100 million fans who tune in daily for their every move,” says Belisa Balaban, vice president, documentaries, Hulu. “Every teen on social media dreams of becoming famous, but what happens when the reality hits ’The D’Amelio Show’ joins our growing slate of docuseries about the human experience and we’re incredibly excited to partner with the D’Amelio family to offer viewers an authentic look at the complicated lives of these two relatable young women thrust to the top of the social media algorithm.”

The show will highlight Charli’s rise as a TikTok star, fighting off online criticism and making famous friends, while it chronicles Dixie’s newly found music career. It will also show the behind the scenes of what these careers mean for parents Marc and Heidi, how they support their daughters and how they are trying to protect them from the dark side of fame.

“We are excited to be joining the Hulu family with a unique behind the scenes look into our life,” says Marc D’Amelio. “We’ve always been a very close family, but this experience has brought us even closer and we’re really excited to share a glimpse of our lives with the world. Many people create impressions of us based off of short content, a few minutes or even seconds. But now, we’re looking forward to sharing a side that you likely don’t get to see on our social channels.”

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