The Kardashians don’t want you to be able to keep up with them anymore. April 14, the reality television royal family premieres their new show, simply titled The Kardashians, on Hulu.
The show marks Kim Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian, and the rest of the Kardashian family’s return to television after their previous show, keeping up with the Kardashians, ended its 14-year run on E! Last June.
So, how do the two shows vary from one another?
There aren’t many people in the audience. Kris Jenner, the family’s matriarch, returns alongside her daughters Kim, Kourtney, and Khloe Kardashian, as well as Kylie and Kendall Jenner, to give an intimate peek at their lives, careers, and extended relatives in the new incarnation.
Some of the stars’ partners will be included on the show, such as Kourtney’s fiance Travis Barker, her ex-husband Scott Disick, and Kim’s ex-husband Kanye West. The most obvious distinction between the shows is the viewing location:
The new series is only available on Hulu, according to a multi-year deal the Kardashians negotiated with the streaming service, and it’s only the beginning of Kardashian material on the site.
Where can you watch The Kardashians online?
When The Kardashians premieres on Hulu, you can watch it there. In the United States, Hulu’s streaming services are accessible via an internet connection (including Puerto Rico and U.S. military bases).
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What is the premise of The Kardashians?
“This is the next chapter,” Kris Jenner said in an early preview for The Kardashians. You’ll watch us grow as a family in the upcoming show.” The show is a continuation of a story that first aired on television in 2014, when this relatively unknown family made their television debut in a reality show about their lives.
The Kardashians is a glossier version of the old programme, running on a new network and made by a new production firm, but it’s still the same old family we’ve come to love.
Khloe’s difficult, on-again, off-again relationship with NBA star Tristan Thompson and Kourtney’s whirlwind romance with drummer Travis Barker, who appears to propose on camera, will be shown.
We’ll also see how Kylie manages her second pregnancy in the limelight, as well as Kim and Kanye West’s tumultuous breakup.
While most of these events have previously been reported in the tabloids, the show will provide an insider’s perspective by showing how the family deals with them as they unfold.
How do you go about signing up for Hulu?
Sign up for a basic Hulu account for $6.99 a month or $69.99 for a year to start watching The Kardashians. If you want to watch Hulu without advertising, you’ll have to pay $12.99 every month. Hulu also offers a Live TV package, which costs $64.99 per month and gives you access to live cable channels and programmes.
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