The D'Amelio sisters have gone from TikTok to reality TV—what you need to know about their Hulu show

The D'Amelio sisters' show has just dropped, and it gives a peak inside the lives of TikTok's reigning queens

d'amelio sisters; Charli D'Amelio (L) and Dixie D'Amelio are seen arriving at the 2021 ESPYS at Pier 17 on July 10, 2021
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The D'Amelio sisters rose to fame on TikTok with millions upon millions of views. Users have been tuning into their dance compilations, beauty tutorials and goofy videos since they first joined the platform, and now they've risen to superstar levels alongside the likes of Addison Rae. Obviously, such a social media feat lends itself perfectly to reality TV.

Hulu has decided to embark on the D'Amelio family's story, exploring their cross-country move to Los Angeles to focus on all-things content: photoshoots, dance videos, blossoming music careers, beauty lines and anything else Gen Z-ers could possibly desire. But it's definitely not all likes and follows in the real world, or even on social media for that matter. 

Here's everything you need to know about The D'Amelio Show, likely your new TV binge.

Where to watch the D'Amelio sisters' show:

The eight-episode reality TV series following TikTok's reigning queens will be available to watch on Hulu starting at midnight ET on Friday, September 3 (or 9 pm PST on Thursday, September 2). 

The show will give viewers a glimpse of how Dixie and Charli D'Amelio balance what was supposed to be their normal teenage years with fame, Internet trolls and the pressure to stay perfect at all times. 

With help of their parents, Marc and Heidi, the young adults—who have a combined following that's close to 200 million—straddle fame and everyday life. 

For anyone outside of the US who wants to keep up with the D'Amelio sisters, you can watch the show using a VPN.

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When the sisters aren't on display for millions of people, they're just involved in normal things you'd expect from a young adult—relationships, time with friends and so on. But can the TikTok fame that seemingly happened overnight really not affect these siblings?

The D'Amelio family net worth much money can you make from TikTok? These teens are certainly cashing in. Everyone's curious what has transpired financially for the platform's most popular users, and it's believed that Charli is worth an alleged $8 million while her older sister Dixie is worth $3 million.

There's been an uptick in interest over TikTok influencers, so much so that a group of them known as the Hype House—of which Dixie and Charli D'Amelio are alums— are expected to get their own show on Hulu's competitor, Netflix.

Although the production company and Wheelhouse Entertainment plan to create a reality show following the house members on their respective journeys, an official release date and formal title have yet to be announced. It's expected to follow all of the house members (yes, there's a physical mansion in L.A. where the influencers collab on ideas) throughout personal and professional journeys. 

As for us, we're just over here attempting a few TikTok home hacks and TikTok beauty hacks before we reach viral status like the D'Amelio girls. (Just kidding!)

Danielle Valente
Digital News Writer

Need a TV show recommendation? Maybe a few decor tips? Danielle, a digital news writer at Future, has you covered. Her work appears throughout the company’s lifestyle brands, including My Imperfect Life, Real Homes, and woman&home. Mainly, her time is spent at My Imperfect Life, where she’s attuned to the latest entertainment trends and dating advice for Gen Z.

Before her time at Future, Danielle was the editor of Time Out New York Kids, where she got to experience the best of the city from the point of view of its littlest residents. Before that, she was a news editor at Elite Daily. Her work has also appeared in Domino, Chowhound, and amNewYork, to name a few. 

When Danielle’s not writing, you can find her testing out a new recipe, reading a book (suggestions always welcome), or rearranging the furniture in her apartment…again.