The Family Stallone: next episode, trailer and everything we know about the Sylvester Stallone reality TV show

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Reality TV welcomes a new family into its midst as The Family Stallone arrives on the scene. Yes, Stallone as in Sylvester Stallone, Hollywood star of the Rocky franchise and Tulsa King on Paramount Plus. He, his wife and three daughters headline the reality series that takes a look inside the Stallone household.

This is Stallone's second Paramount Plus original series, alongside Tulsa King, but the actor's first venture in the reality TV sphere. Will the Stallones soon become as popular as the Kardashians or the Real Housewives? Time will tell, but in the meantime, we've got everything that you need to know about The Family Stallone right here.

When is the next The Family Stallone episode?

The Family Stallone episode 8 is now available to stream on Paramount Plus. The episode is titled "Philadelphia Story," here is the official synopsis:

"Sly plans an emotional return to his childhood home of Philadelphia to show his children his humble roots. Scarlet embraces her newfound college independence and ditches the family trip... causing family turmoil."

New episodes of The Family Stallone premiere every Thursday exclusively on the streaming service.

The Family Stallone premise

Here is the official synopsis for The Family Stallone from Paramount Plus:

"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. This new series starring Stallone's three daughters, wife and himself offers a seat at the table of one of Hollywood's most famous families."

The Family Stallone episodes

Here are the synopses of The Family Stallone episodes that have been released thus far:

The Family Stallone episode 1, "Meet the Stallones"
"Meet the Stallone Family: Sylvester, wife Jen, and their three daughters Sophia, Sistine, and Scarlet. Sly rejoins his family after months on the road shooting his new series Tulsa King. The girls plan to prank Sly on his birthday."

The Family Stallone episode 2, "The Currency of Time"
"Sophia struggles with a long-distance relationship and turns to her family for advice. The girls visit their Uncle Frank's unique house in an attempt to get to know him better."

The Family Stallone episode 3, "Leaving the Nest"
"Scarlet can't wait to move away to college and embrace her independence, but Jennifer is having a hard time letting her last child go. Sly's TV shoot schedule forces him to miss a key moment in his daughter's life."

The Family Stallone episode 4, "The Show Must Go On"
"The family is concerned about Scarlet spiraling after a break up and call on Sly to get involved. Sly accompanies Frank to his big concert in Atlantic City and worries that Frank's habitual bad luck will derail the show."

The Family Stallone episode 5, "Unwaxed and Unfiltered"
"Scarlet gets her first big break and heads to Oklahoma to act alongside Sly on his upcoming streaming series, Tulsa King. After receiving pressure from their dad, Sistine and Sophia debate having unfiltered Uncle Frank on their podcast."

The Family Stallone episode 6, "The Stallones Go West"
"As she gears up for her annual heart check-up, Sophia talks to Sly about the emotions surrounding her heart surgeries. Worried about his daughter's safety, Sly discourages Sistine from riding horses."

The Family Stallone episode 7, "Green Light Fight"
"Sophia is worried that she will never live up to the success her parents have achieved and it starts to hurt her burgeoning literary career. Sistine finds success with her horror movie script, which causes a bit of sibling rivalry between her and Sophia."

The Family Stallone episode 8, "Philadelphia Story"
"Sly plans an emotional return to his childhood home of Philadelphia to show his children his humble roots. Scarlet embraces her newfound college independence and ditches the family trip... causing family turmoil."

The Family Stallone cast

Just about everyone know who Sylvester Stallone is — a long-time Hollywood star who has led iconic franchises like Rocky and Rambo. But the new reality series is going to pull the curtain back more on his family, including his three daughters and wife. Here's a brief introduction into each of them. 

  • Jennifer Flavin Stallone: Born and raised in LA, Jennifer is a savvy businesswoman and co-owner of the wellness brand Serious Skin Care.
  • Sophia Stallone: The eldest of the three Stallone sisters has no interest in following in her father's acting footsteps. Although Sophia currently hosts a podcast, Unwaxed, alongside her sister Sistine, she is still finding her path in life and focusing on her passions.
  • Sistine Stallone: An actress and model, Sistine is embarking on a new journey as a filmmaker and is currently in development on her first feature film.
  • Scarlet Stallone: The youngest of the Stallone sisters, and the last to leave the nest, Scarlet is moving into her own apartment at college. She has been set on following in her father's footsteps and becoming an actress since she was a child and is now appearing alongside Sly in his series Tulsa King.

Get some more info on The Family Stallone cast here.

The Family Stallone trailer

Here's a first look at The Family Stallone with the trailer for the reality series. In addition to getting a peek into the family's day-to-day life, we also spot a few other well known faces, including Al Pacino and Dolph Lundgren. Watch the trailer directly below: 

How to watch The Family Stallone

If you want to make sure you can watch The Family Stallone, you’re going to need to be signed up for Paramount Plus. The streaming service is available in the US, UK and other international markets. US subscribers can pick among two subscription options, one with ads and one that is ad-free.

Michael Balderston

Michael Balderston is a DC-based entertainment and assistant managing editor for What to Watch, who has previously written about the TV and movies with TV Technology, Awards Circuit and regional publications. Spending most of his time watching new movies at the theater or classics on TCM, some of Michael's favorite movies include Casablanca, Moulin Rouge!, Silence of the Lambs, Children of Men, One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest and Star Wars. On the TV side he enjoys Peaky Blinders, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Saturday Night Live, Only Murders in the Building and is always up for a Seinfeld rerun. Follow on Letterboxd.