Diddy and his seven children have reportedly been cast in their own reality TV series, and they’ve already begun filming.

The show, tentatively titled Diddy +7, will hit Hulu sometime in the near future, according to Page Six. The Bad Boy boss and his brood have apparently been spotted filming spots in Los Angeles and Chicago.

“It’s going to profile the entire family. They all have businesses — even the kids — and it will feature everyone,” a source familiar with the project said. “[The show] is all about the dynamic of the family and how Diddy does it all with all the kids. They’re a real family, even all the baby mamas.”

Diddy’s children have carved out successful careers of their own, but most notably in the Hip Hop space, Christian (a.k.a. King Combs) has followed in his father’s footsteps by becoming a chart-topping artist.

Combs’ Bad Boy-inspired “Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop” single — which features Kodak Black and shares the same name as Puff’s 2017 documentary — soared to No. 1 on Billboard’s R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart last November.

In doing so, King and Diddy became the first father-son duo in history top the charts simultaneously, with the latter’s “Gotta Move On” single with Bryson Tiller topping Billboard’s Adult R&B Airplay chart at the same time.

“The way you feel when you and your son do something that’s never been done and make history and go number 1 at the same time!!” Diddy wrote in a celebratory Instagram post. “We sending this one out to all the fathers!! WE CAN DO THIS!!! LOVE! LOVE!! LOVE.”

In a separate post, he added: “Words can’t describe how proud I am of my son @KingCombs!! He put that work in!! They made him work harder and he worked harder!! Congratulations, I’m proud of you son!! I love you!!! #1 song on Urban Radio!!”

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In a coinciding video on the latter Instagram post, Diddy is seen holding a cake while surrounded by loved ones and offers some words of support for his son.

“This is for my son Christian. He put out 1, 2, 3, 4 maybe 5 records and he didn’t stop,” he said. “And when you don’t stop and you say fuck that, and you go for what you know, and you did it for your mama too, and you did it on your own son and we proud of you.”

Puff most recently celebrated the birth of his newest daughter Love. The 53-year-old took to Instagram in January to share a photo of his three-month-old baby girl, smiling at the camera as she sat on a woman’s lap.

“IM BIG LOVE! She’s BABY LOVE!!!” he captioned the post.