'The Family Man' season 2 to air in June finally

While reports of the long-awaited The Family Man being aired in July, have been making rounds, the truth is, season 2 of the web series is going to be aired in June

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Subhash K Jha

The reports of the long-awaited Raj-DK’s webseries The Family Man being aired in July, have been making the rounds for long. But the truth is that the series coming to us sooner than July.

The Family Season 2 is going to be aired in June, that’s next month. The date is yet to be finalized. But June it is.

A source very close to the development spills the beans. “Ever since the February streaming date was postponed by Amazon, there has been an ongoing speculation on the new release date. Well, we can put all speculation to rest. It is June.”

Following the beguiling brouhaha over two of its major series Mirzapur and Tandav, Amazon Prime Video had decided to indefinitely postpone the release of their next Big Fat Indian Series. The Family Man Season2 which was to stream from February 12 was indefinitely postponed.


Brand Amazon had taken a beating in India with two of their most successful shows Mirzapur and Tandav coming under the scanner for allegedly hurting popular sentiments. Amazon didn’t feel the atmosphere was conducive to the release of a big franchise like The Family Man in February.

Co-directors Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK had nothing to do with the postponement. As far as they Raj and DK were concerned, the series was ready for streaming whenever Amazon decided to do so. The co-directors had no intention of modifying anything in the second season because there is nothing even remotely objectionable in the series which features Manoj Bajpai, Priyamani and Sharib Hashmi in the main roles.

Well, word is, no cuts, not a single shot has been removed from The Family Man Season 2. So get ready for the treat that we’ve been all waiting for.

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