'Doubling Down With the Derricos' Season 2: Air time, how to live stream, trailer and all about TLC show
The first episode of the new seasons will focus on the Derricos celebrating Halloween with a '70s dance off
'Doubling Down with the Derricos' is back with a brand new season with "raw, real, and emotional life moments." Once again, the Derricos, who had viewers entertained with their super-sized family, will deal with and overcome the challenges of quarantining with 14 children. The African-American family conceived their babies naturally, without in-vitro fertilization.
"We have a lot that we have dealt with, that we have gone through and we had no one to turn to," Deon Derrico told CNN last year and added as she elaborated on how she got on to managing that many kids. "There was no book to read. There was no one that resembled us or resembled our situation that we could refer to."
'Doubling Down with the Derricos' Season 2 will premiere on Monday, June 1, at 10 pm ET/ PT. The first episode of the new seasons will focus on the Derricos celebrating Halloween with a '70s dance off. Also, later in that episode, one of the kids has his oblong head shape examined by a doctor.
How to live stream
The maiden season can be live streamed here.
"In these new episodes, the larger-than-life Derricos face unforeseen challenges that catapult them into the most challenging year of their lives. Shaken to their core, Karen and Deon receive unsettling news that three-year-old Diez will potentially require surgery on his skull," the press release read. "Meanwhile, singleton Darian continues her quest for independence, but Deon is as protective as ever, especially when she announces she wants to begin dating. Adding to Deon’s protectiveness, Karen considers that he might have OCD, and when she announces she thinks she might be pregnant, GG has an emotional conversation with the both of them."
Karen and Deon share a daughter, a son, twin boys, quintuplets (three girls and two boys), two more twin boys and triplets (two girls and a boy).
The series is produced for TLC by Big City TV, part of The Content Group.
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