After three seasons of the reality series, “The D’Amelio Show” is coming to a close and won’t be returning for a fourth season.

The series follows the D’Amelio family, who came from relative obscurity and seemingly normal life to being thrust into the Hollywood limelight almost overnight. This series shows how the D’Amelios are faced with new challenges and opportunities they could not have imagined. Charli, who at 16 became one of the biggest celebrities with over 150 million followers combined and #1 on the TikTok platform in less than a year, has the world at her fingertips and is working to balance fame and family life with dancing, relationships, making new friends in LA and battling the haters online. Her sister, Dixie, now 19, is experiencing her own sudden rise to fame with over 80 million followers combined, and an exploding music career. For mom Heidi and dad Marc, raising teenagers is hard enough before adding a cross-country move, supporting their daughters’ dreams, and doing the best they can to stay close and protect their girls from the dark side of fame, while also trying to adjust to life in Hollywood.

According to Deadline, Hulu decided not to proceed with a fourth season of the show, and the family supported this decision.

The series was announced back in 2020, during the height of the TikTok sensation when everyone was locked in at home and the show debuted on Hulu in the US and on Disney+ around the world in 2021.   The show went onto become Hulu’s most-watched unscripted series among all of its first-season reality shows.

This series is executive produced by Eli Holzman and Aaron Saidman on behalf of The Intellectual Property Corporation (IPC), which is a part of Sony Pictures Television, with showrunner Sara Reddy executive producing the series.

Roger’s Take: With Disney cutting back on the amount of general entertainment content it makes, it’s not a huge surprise to see “The D’Amelio Show” coming to a close as it never seemed to break out as a top show.  It also makes sense from the point of view that the family are all moving on to other projects, like their new Be Happy Snacks range, in addition to their podcasts, shoe line and more.   With their social media reach, will hundreds of millions of followers, fans will still be able to follow their adventures.

All three seasons of “The D’Amelio Show” are available to stream now on Hulu and Hulu On Disney+ in the United States and on Disney+ around the world.

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