Keeping up with the… Stallones?
Actor Sylvester Stallone landed yet another on-screen project — this time, with the whole Stallone squad on board.
On Thursday, Paramount+ announced “The Family Stallone,” a new reality show following the actor, his wife Jennifer Flavin, and their three daughters: Sophia, Sistine, and Scarlet.
The eight-part series will follow the day-to-day of the Stallone household and will focus on Sly’s life as a father.
“After playing some of the most legendary characters in cinematic history, three-time Academy Award nominee Sylvester Stallone is ready to give cameras access to what he would consider the greatest role of his lifetime: dad,” reads a press release for the show, set for release in the spring.
“The Family Stallone” will be produced by MTV Entertainment Studios.
“To the world, he’s the man, the myth and the legend. But to his daughters, he’s just Dad,” the actor’s bio in the press release states. “While he headlines box office smash hits, at home he is focused on building for the future and raising three independent and ambitious women.”
Flavin is described as “a savvy businesswoman” and co-owner of a wellness brand.
The pair’s eldest daughter, 26-year-old Sophia, “has no interest in following in her father’s acting footsteps,” according to her bio. Instead, she co-hosts a podcast with her younger sister Sistine, 24.
Unlike her older sister, Sistine inherited the acting gene and is “currently in development on her first feature film,” her bio adds.
Meanwhile, the youngest Stallone member, Scarlet, 20, moved into her own apartment as she continues to study in college. She also hopes to become an actress after starring in her dad’s new series, “Tulsa King.”
The family’s reality show may come as a surprise after Stallone and Flavin famously parted ways last August.
The former model filed for divorce from the actor in Palm Beach County, Fla., and was seen without her wedding ring shortly thereafter.
Stallone then appeared to take permanent steps to cement the split by covering up two tattoos that he had gotten in honor of his wife.
The pair, who tied the knot in 1997, decided to reconcile less than a month after parting ways.