‘Meet the Khans’ to return for Series Two

It has been announced that ‘Meet the Khans: Big in Bolton’ has been renewed by BBC Three for a second series.

Meet the Khans to return for Series Two f

"We're excited about the new series"

BBC Three have announced that Meet the Khans: Big in Bolton will return for a second series.

The reality show takes viewers into the world of boxer Amir Khan and his influencer wife Faryal Makhdoom.

The first series aired earlier in 2021 and had six million requests on BBC iPlayer as the couple were seen juggling parenthood, marriage and business.

On August 26, 2021, BBC Three announced that there would be a second series of Meet the Khans, with 10 more 30-minute episodes.

A teaser revealed: “The next chapter of the story explores their wider sphere and the audience will be introduced to more of the couple’s family and friends as Amir ponders what’s next for him in sport, Faryal celebrates a milestone birthday and launches a new enterprise.”

Amir and Faryal shared:

“We’re excited about the new series – you’ll have to wait and see what’s next for us!”

Fiona Campbell, BBC Three Controller said:

“We’re really excited that we have the Khans back for more.

Meet The Khans really brought something new to the channel and series one was really popular with the audience.

“Faryal and Amir are both stars in their own right and we’re really glad that they are opening up their doors to us for more.”

A release date for the new episodes is yet to be confirmed.

Fans can rewatch the first series of eight episodes on BBC iPlayer.

The first series saw Amir work on his multimillion-pound wedding venue and discuss the obstacles he has encountered with it.

Meanwhile, Faryal launched her own line of cosmetics.

The couple also travelled to the likes of London and Dubai while also engaging in arguments over trivial matters.

Their three children also made appearances on the show, with one episode celebrating their son Zaviyar’s first birthday.

The show even introduced viewers to some of the couple’s close friends, including Faryal’s bubbly friend Kadeeja and Amir’s boxing protege Tal Singh.

Prior to the release of the first season, the BBC said that the show is “an exclusive insight into the real couple behind the splashy tabloid headlines, glitzy boxing matches and glamorous posed photoshoots.”

They previously said: “In this access all areas series into the dynamics of this young couple, famed for their colourful lifestyle; we join them in Amir’s beloved Bolton, meeting the extended Khan clan, his trusted gang of old mates and the boxing hub where he mentors young local lads.

“It also follows ambitious entrepreneur Faryal, as she ramps up her business plans, all this with three mini Khans in tow!”

Dhiren is a journalism graduate with a passion for gaming, watching films and sports. He also enjoys cooking from time to time. His motto is to “Live life one day at a time.”

Images courtesy of BBC

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