Diddy and his seven children will each be presenting their own reality television program on Hulu, tentatively named Diddy + 7.
Page Six reports that the show will follow the musician and his children, focusing on the family's business practices and everyday routines. A representative close to the Combs' project briefly spoke with the outlet about the show and what they may expect.
"It's going to feature the whole family." The source said the show "is all about the family's dynamic and how Diddy does it all with all the kids."
The Combs family is said to be photographed filming content for the upcoming Hulu series around Los Angeles and Miami.
The original Bad Boy Records trademark was filed in January 2023. According to The Jasmine Brand, 53-year-old Combs filed paperwork to acquire the trademark on May 2, 2022, which was published for opposition on January 3, 2023.
According to the copyright claims, Diddy + 7 will be used for "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; entertainment services, namely, a multimedia program series featuring information about celebrities, entertainment, pop culture, humor, music, and lifestyle distributed across multiple transmission media," and
Diddy + 7 would be a return to form for a businessman who has been absent from reality television since MTV's Making the Band. The popular program ran for 12 seasons and spurred the careers of Day 26, Danity Kane, O-Town, Da Band, and Donnie Klang.