|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||6|
|Running time||22–24 minutes|
|Production company(s)||New Line Television|
|Original channel||TV Land|
|Original run||July 16, 2008– August 20, 2008|
Family Foreman is an American reality television series starring former heavyweight boxing champion and "grillionaire" George Foreman and his family. The show premiered on TV Land on July 16, 2008, airing a total of six episodes produced by New Line Television.
The series follows George Foreman and his family in their day to day lives.
|1||"Boxing"||George wants to make a boxing comeback and has already started training. Big Wheel comes home from college to celebrate Leola's birthday and unwittingly spills the beans about the comeback to Joan.||July 16, 2008|
|2||"Singing/Football"||Natalie wants to put off medical school for a singing career. She wants to be on Monk's new record label, but George has always wanted her to be a doctor. At the same time, Red wants to play high school football.||July 23, 2008|
|3||"IndyCar Race"||The family heads to a professional car race to check out the IndyCar team George just bought a stake in (Team Panther). Red aspires to be a driver while Natalie is asked to sing God Bless America in front of 80,000 people.||July 30, 2008|
|4||"Monk Gets Fired"||Monk and George have a week filled with appointments such as pitches from inventors, multiple deals, contract negotiations and more meetings. Monk's other client, sister Natalie, is booked to record her first record demo and Monk just can't seem to find the time.||August 6, 2008|
|5||"Ranch Visit"||The Foremans take their annual family trip to the ranch in Marshall, Texas. George gives the ranch hands the weekend off and his kids will have to do all of the work.||August 13, 2008|
|6||"George Buys a Ring"||Joan and George plan an intimate dinner, but George is late and misses the dinner. George goes shopping with Natalie to buy a ring for his wife to apologize.||August 20, 2008|
- Frederic, Stephanie (2008-07-24). "TV Land's Family Foreman". lasentinel.net. Retrieved 13 October 2010.