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Family Rules returns to NITV for a third season

Family Rules Season 3 premieres on Sunday 5 July at 7:30pm AWST on NITV.

The landmark observational documentary series, which follows Noongar mother Daniella and her daughters, will feature important milestones for the Rule family – including a new baby and Daniella’s 50th birthday.

Produced by Karla Hart and Renee Kennedy, the third season will include steps of independence such as Jessica’s decision to take a gap semester from her studies, and Shenika’s debate on whether to move her growing family to Bunbury.

The first two seasons of Family Rules introduced audiences to Daniella Rule and her nine vibrant, glamorous daughters. This up close and personal series, based in Western Australia, gives an exclusive insight into modern Indigenous family life through a unique family of women.

NITV’s Channel Manager, Tanya Orman said, “NITV can’t wait to welcome the Rule family back to our screens. When NITV launched the program three years ago, it’s safe to say there was nothing like it on television. We are immensely proud to be home to a show that depicts such strong and powerful Aboriginal women on screen.”

NITV is now airing Family Rules series one and two, Monday to Friday from 7:30pm. Previous series are also available on SBS On Demand.

You can watch Family Rules Season 3 on NITV on Sunday, 5 July 2020 at 8:00pm with episodes available upon airing on SBS On Demand.

Family Rules Season 3 is a Metamorflix and Karla Hart Enterprises production for NITV. Principal production investment from NITV, in association with Screenwest and Lotterywest. Financed with support from Screen Australia.

 

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