According to the intro video hosted by Miley's older sis Brandi Cyrus, the channel will feature lifestyle segments with Miley's mom Tish Cyrus, musical performances by dad Billy Ray Cyrus, sketches with little sis Noah Cyrus and fashion-inspired features with Brandi, as well as a segment called "Seriously Social," where Brandi will break down the family's weekly social media action.
It's unclear whether or not Miley and her brother Braison Cyrus will be a part of the YouTube channel or whether her family is trying to piggyback on her recent pushing-the-envelope-driven popularity, but we are definitely hoping for some Miley cameos.
The Cyrus clan isn't the first famous family (or partial family) to document their crazy lives. The Osbournes had their own reality show on MTV back in the day simply titled The Osbournes (older sis Aimee opted out). Clint Eastwood's clan also starred in a reality series on E! Entertainment Television, Mrs. Eastwood & Company, even though Clint was not a part of the show. The Kardashians continue to Keep Up, and with their revolving roster of husbands, baby daddies, boyfriends and exes, they may never run out of material.
Would you watch Seriously Cyrus if it were a TV show? Check out the family's first video below!