Diddy and his growing family are reportedly working on developing their own reality TV series.
According to a report Page Six published on Wednesday, March 22, Sean "Diddy" Combs and his seven children are in the process of filming a reality show for Hulu. Sources with knowledge of the series say the Combs family has been shooting in several locations like Los Angeles and Miami, where Diddy owns a massive home near Miami Beach. The show is set to be focused on the media mogul and his kids, who have have notable ventures of their own.
“It’s going to profile the entre family," a source told the outlet. "They all have businesses — even the kids — and it will feature everyone."
By "everyone," they probably mean Diddy's newest daughter Love. The Love Records founder and Dana Tran welcomed their newborn baby girl back in December. It's possible that we may see Love on the show alongside her older brothers and sisters. Quincy Brown, the son of Al B. Sure! and the late Kim Porter who Diddy adopted, and Christian "King" Combs are both into music and film while the eldest biological son Justin is an actor and an athlete. Their twin sisters, Jessie and D’Lila, are social media stars along with their other sister Chance.
“[The show] is all about the dynamic of the family and how Diddy does it all with all the kids," the source added. "They’re a real family, even all the baby mamas."
The news about Diddy's new reality show was first reported on back in January when Jasmine Brand revealed Diddy trademarked the working title "Diddy +7" as a "reality-based television program." The outlet noted the trademark was filed in May 2, 2022, which is seven months before his daughter arrived. Neither Diddy nor any of his kids have confirmed the news yet.