‘At Home with the Furys’ Documents Tyson Fury’s Life When the Gloves Come Off
The two-time heavyweight champion and father of six gets personal in new multipart doc series.
He’s a two-time heavyweight champion boxer who weighed just one pound at birth, a “Gypsy King” multimillionaire descending from a 200-year line of bare-knuckle fighters, a mental health advocate who openly shares his struggles with bi-polar disorder and a father of six. In other words: Tyson Fury’s life would make a great reality series, and luckily, that’s exactly what fans are going to get. Announced at the Edinburgh TV Festival on Aug. 24, At Home with the Furys is a multipart documentary series that follows Fury and his family as he retires, embracing family life with his wife, Paris; father, John (who named Fury after legendary boxer Mike Tyson); and six children, Venezuela, Prince John, Prince Tyson, Prince Adonis, Valencia and Athena.
The series will give audiences a fly-on-the-wall view of Fury’s inner life at his mansion in Morecambe, England, and his decision to focus on his family, particularly as the boxer has ebbed in and out of retirement for the last several years. Fury fans will get an inside look of what a legendary boxer’s life looks like when the gloves are off: changing diapers, driving the kids to school and finding meaning outside of the ring.
Developed and series produced by Demi Doyle, Executive producer – Laura Leigh, Series Director – Josh Jacobs, Edit Series producer – Clare Little.
At Home with the Furys is in production now and set to drop in 2023.