We're just one month away from getting an inside look at the day-to-day life of the D'Amelio brood!
TikTok stars Charli and Dixie D'Amelio, as well as their parents, have announced that their Hulu reality series, The D'Amelio Show, will debut on September 3.
The family-of-four's likable personalities are all on display in the announcement, which came in the form of a cute 30-second video.
The clip starts with Charli speaking through a megaphone, and Dixie soon throws confetti up in the air as they reveal the premiere date.
"Tune in to find out what our lives are really like behind the scenes," teases matriarch Heidi before Dixie shouts, "Hope you guys like it!"
The streaming service revealed in December that the popular family's first docuseries will consist of eight episodes.
"We've always been a very close family, but this experience has brought us even closer and we're really excited to share a glimpse of our lives with the world," the girls' father, Marc, stated. "Many people create impressions of us based off of short content, a few minutes or even seconds. But now, we're looking forward to sharing a side that you likely don't get to see on our social channels."
The D'Amelio sisters have taken social media by storm, and this past November, Charli became the first user on TikTok to amass 100 million followers.
The series will follow the stars and their parents as they adjust to their growing fame, which has also come with a few obstacles, as they've faced online haters and a few mild controversies.
"Two years ago, Charli and Dixie D'Amelio were virtually unknown outside of their town, and now have over 100 million fans who tune in daily for their every move," noted Belisa Balaban, VP of documentaries at Hulu. "Every teen on social media dreams of becoming famous, but what happens when the reality hits?"
Balaban added, "The D'Amelio Show joins our growing slate of docuseries about the human experience and we're incredibly excited to partner with the D'Amelio family to offer viewers an authentic look at the complicated lives of these two relatable young women thrust to the top of the social media algorithm."