Tommy Fury 'in talks with Netflix' for documentary series

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Ex 'Love Island' star Tommy Fury is in discussion with Netflix to make a documentary following his boxing career and his family life with his fiancee Molly-Mae Hague after the success of his brother Tyson Fury's 'At Home With the Furys' show.

Tommy Fury 

Tommy Fury is in talks with Netflix for a documentary series about his boxing career and family life.

The ex ‘Love Island’ star, 24 - who recently got engaged to his significant other Molly-Mae Hague, 24, after meeting on the 2019 edition of the ITV2 dating show - is in discussions with the streaming giant following the success of ‘At Home With the Furys’.

The series focused on the star's older brother, boxer Tyson Fury, 35, and his family, wife Paris, 33, and their six children, daughters Venezuela, 13, Valencia, five, Athena, two, and sons Prince John James, 12, Prince Tyson II, six, and Prince Adonis, four.

A TV insider told The Sun newspaper's TV Biz column: “Tommy’s appearance in Netflix’s ‘At Home With The Furys’ had bosses at the streaming service wondering whether Tyson’s brother was worth a show in his own right.

“Then, when the documentary turned out to be so popular, that cemented the idea in their minds.”

Molly-Mae – who has daughter, Bambi, nine months, with Tommy - often updates her fans on her family situation via social media, and she recently revealed “solo parenting” while unwell in New York was "no joke".

She said via her Instagram Stories: "Been very MIA this weekend, but honestly, I'm convinced New York has a curse on me. I always come home so unwell whenever I go.

"This weekend has been a challenge to say the least. Solo parenting when you're poorly is no joke ... especially when you then give the flu to your baby, too [crying emoji]. Very ready for a new week."

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