The Kardashians Reveal What’s Coming in New Hulu Show

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Fans have to wait another month before ‘The Kardashians’ airs on Hulu, but thankfully Kim, Khloe, Kourtney and their mom Kris Jenner are giving details on what they can expect to see on the TV series. revitalized stars.

In a new interview, the famous sisters and the Kardashian-Jenner matriarch reveal some stories that eager fans will see unfold on the small screen. But make no mistake: the new streaming show will look like an upgraded version of the old “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” show that was a hit on E!, per Variety.

The outlet reveals that the streamer will launch two seasons, 40 episodes in total, of the reality series. It’s described as a “premium version” of the old reality show fans saw on E!, and is said to be filmed “in a more documentary style” with enhanced visuals using drones. .

Of course, the Kardashian show wouldn’t make sense if the leading ladies’ romantic lives weren’t on display. SKIMS mogul Kim has admitted that the upcoming season will touch on both her public divorce from Kanye West and her blossoming relationship with ‘SNL’ star Pete Davidson.


The famous family has wrapped up their lengthy E! reality show in June 2021 after 14 years on the air.
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According to the mother of four, viewers will learn how she and Davidson “met and who contacted who and how it happened and all the details that everyone wants to know.”

“I’m definitely open to talking, and definitely explaining it,” she added of her newfound romance with the comedian.

Kim’s divorce from West will also be a talking point despite her expressing her desire to keep their differences out of the spotlight.

“Being in the public eye and having disagreements publicly is never easy,” Kim told the outlet. “But I believe in handling everything privately. I believe in publicly defending and privately criticizing. I don’t think I would ever criticize the father of my children on my TV show. That’s all just not really who I am, and I just don’t think it would do me any good. I’m always very respectful of what the kids will see.”


The outlet reports that West is a “major arc” in the first episode, which airs April 14.

Khloé’s past drama with Tristan Thompson, with whom she shares 3-year-old daughter True, is also included.

“I wish I never had to talk about it because it’s not a fun thing to talk about,” Khloé said. “But it’s part of my journey in life, so we’ll see that on the show.”

According to the report, Kris’ ex Caitlyn Jenner won’t be appearing on the Hulu series, but fans might catch a glimpse of Rob Kardashian, the sisters’ sibling who’s managed to stay behind the scenes for the past few years.


Walt Disney Television entertainment president Dana Walden also shared some details about what it was like to sign a deal with the Kardashians. He confirmed that the streaming series has a high price tag.

Kanye West is a "major bow" in the first episode of "The Kardashians." Meanwhile, Kim revealed that fans will learn how her relationship with Pete Davidson began.

Kanye West is a “major arc” in the first episode of “The Kardashians.” Meanwhile, Kim revealed that fans will learn how her relationship with Pete Davidson began.
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“We did a lot of things that they really deserve,” Walden said. “Who would you want more for your unscripted slate than the Kardashians? They perfectly symbolize our strategy of taking the big hits, but the right hits, and betting on amazing talent and top-notch opportunities in every kind.”


The famous family has wrapped up their lengthy E! reality show in June 2021 after 14 years on the air.

It was announced in December 2020 that they had signed a new deal with Hulu to produce content for Disney property streamerbut details about their potential plans had remained relatively secret until now.

“The Kardashians” airs Thursday, April 14, with new episodes airing every Thursday.

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