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The premier 2 episodes of “Ball in the Family” — a docu-series about LaVar Ball, his basketball whiz-kid sons and his wife — going to premiere Aug. 31 on the social platform.
You think you realize my family?” LaVar Ball tells in a teaser for the show.
Facebook is betting which LaVar Ball and his larger-than-life personality going to pull a crowd.
“We are thrilled to work with the Ball family to share their remarkable story at a pivotal moment in their lives,” told Gil Goldschein, chairman and CEO Bunim-Murray Productions.
LaVar Ball and Tina Ball serve as producers.
LaVar, Lonzo and the Ball family have a FB fact review now
If ever there was a match made in digital media heaven, it is LaVar Ball — a man who has become notorious with cultivating a personal brand marked with willingness to share wild, often dumbfounding and sometimes problematic takes to, about and around his family — and Facebook, The Place For Finding Out What Your Aunt truly Thinks.
Sounds such as Beautiful fertile ground for dramatic storytelling.
One suspects there may be some further flagrant and reckless chatter in all of our futures.
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Facebook Lands Lonzo Ball and Basketball Family for fact Show
Lonzo Ball, who was drafted with the Lakers after playing for UCLA, going to begin in a FB fact series with his family, involving his bro LiAngelo Ball (left), and dad LaVar Ball (right).
Photo: Associated PressFacebook Inc. FB 1.21% is betting a family of media-savvy basketball personalities could draw a dedicated audience to its revamped original Software effort.
LaVar Ball and his family—including his son, Los Angeles Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball—will star in a fresh fact series called “Ball in the Family,” that was created specifically for the media site’s soon redesigned Watch vidimus tab.
Logo for “Ball in the Family,“ a fresh review on Facebook.
In the status of “Ball in the Family,” Bunim/Murray told that FB is funding produce costs, however neither firm would discover specifics.