How to Watch Sylvester Stallone’s Reality Show

Throughout his near-50-year-long career, Sylvester Stallone has become one of the most recognizable action stars in the world. To many film lovers, he is synonymous with the roles of Rocky Balboa and John Rambo, lead characters he has played in multiple movies since the late ’70s. He then cemented his status as action cinema’s godfather with the more recent Expendables franchise before moving onto the small screen, where he is now playing mobster Dwight Manfredi in Tulsa King.

Stallone’s latest project, however, marks a pretty drastic departure from his usual fare: reality television. The actor’s new unscripted show, The Family Stallone, has a similar premise to hits like The Osbournes and Keeping Up With the Kardashians, with cameras following Stallone, his wife Jennifer Flavin, and their daughters, Sistine, Sophia, and Scarlet.

In addition to accompanying Stallone on some of his work-related activities, the show promises to explore what family life looks like—and how hard dating can be—when the head of the household is one of pop culture’s most famous tough guys. And on top of all the family drama, the trailer for The Family Stallone teases some cameo appearances from some of Stallone’s famous friends, including movie stars Al Pacino and Dolph Lundgren.

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How can I watch The Family Stallone?

The first season of The Family Stallone begins streaming on May 17, exclusively on Paramount+, which is incidentally also the home of Stallone’s gangster hit series, Tulsa King.

Can I watch for free?

The Family Stallone is currently only available to watch on Paramount+. However, there are a couple of different options, depending on how much you want to pay if you don’t already have an account. Subscriptions begin at $5 per month for an ad-supported tier, or you can pay $10 per month for access to all of the platform’s content ad-free. The streaming platform also offers a seven-day free trial for new subscribers.

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Philip Ellis is a freelance writer and journalist from the United Kingdom covering pop culture, relationships and LGBTQ+ issues. His work has appeared in GQ, Teen Vogue, Man Repeller and MTV.

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