Saturdays at 8:30pm on SBS

Welcome to The Family Law, the story of a sprawling Chinese-Australian family of seven who are unlike any you’ve ever met. And yet, they may also be disturbingly familiar.

Series finale

The Family Law wraps up with a third and final season.

Now that the groundbreaking comedy has wrapped up, we reminisce with the people who created it.
We go behind the scenes to talk to the cast and crew about what it took to create a landmark moment in Australian TV.
Mixed within its universality is a treasure trove of specific cultural references for Asian-Aussie viewers.
Asian-Australian families can be dysfunctional, conflicted, and compelling – like any family. In celebrating that, ‘The Family Law’ changes what we expect from...
From inadvertent fetish-wear dress-ups to doomed first dates, season three of ‘The Family Law’ sees an awkward young Benjamin tentatively embracing his sexuality,...
Here's what you need to know before you watch season three...
Feisty with her words, fearless with her love — there’s no one quite like Jenny Law.
The Family Law Classroom Resources

Check out SBS Learn’s classroom resources for The Family Law. The resource is organised under three themes: Diversity, Bullying, and Coming of Age Milestones with comprehensive activities and clips (Years 9–10: English, Drama and Media Arts). Visit SBS Learn for more information.

The Family Law case files

Funny and honest.

The Family Law is back for a second season, as funny and honest as ever - and it's now available to watch in Chinese, Vietnamese and Korean.
A new woman has entered Danny Law's life - Ming-Zhu. Series creator Benjamin Law interviewed new cast member Jing-Xuan Chan.
The brand new second series of The Family Law returns to SBS from Thursday, 15 June at 8.30pm.
A reminder of what had us laughing and squirming in our seats in the first series of the show.
The Family Law wouldn’t be the show it is without its matriarch and her many pearls of wisdom. Here are 10 of her best quotes.

Embracing the family with Benjamin Law

Series creator Benjamin Law takes us deep inside the making of the series.

Creator of The Family Law, Benjamin Law, previews the upcoming second series of the show.

Other funny Asians

'The Family Law' isn't the only hilarious comedy created by and starring Asians.
When you are writing a fictionalised version of yourself with the same name, it's natural there would be some confusion from others on just how much fiction there...
Mainstream audiences watch animated movies about fish, so is on-screen ethnic diversity really too confronting for viewers to embrace?
The Family Law is based on a memoir written by series creator Benjamin Law. Believe it or not, most of this stuff is (mostly) real.

The (real) Jenny Law advice column

The REAL Jenny Law (Tammy Law) dispenses her wisdom to those in need - Tweet questions with the hashtag #TheFamilyLawSBS

Here's Jenny's tips on how to raise a two-year-old boy without turning him into a jerk.
The real Jenny taps into her parental expertise to suggest how one reader should tell his mother his sexual orientation (hint: not via text message).
The post-divorce dating game is a minefield, says the 'real' Jenny. Take it slow or you could end up with a dependent old man, a psycho or even an STD.
Here's how the 'real' Jenny would deal with a cheating boyfriend: break up with him ASAP and hope his mother cuts him out of the will.
What tips does Jenny have for mothers-to-be?