"The Kardashians" Season 2 Will Be a Wild Ride

E!! has been around for 14 years.E!’s “Keeping Up With the Kardashians”, a 14-year-old reality TV series, cemented the Kardashian clan as celebrities royalty. Although the series ended in 2021 after 20 seasons of production, the Kardashians will continue their legacy on reality TV. Hulu The revamped, refreshed “The Kardashians”

It premiered on streamer in April 2022, and was the most-watched series debut on the platform according to Variety. “The Kardashians” continues right where “KUWTK” left off, following the Kardashian/Jenner family through new beginnings and heartbreaks as well as juicy drama. Season one features a lot of drama: Kim makes her SNL debut, and she deals with potentially new footage from Ray J’s 2007 sex tape. She passes her “baby-bar” exam and introduces Pete Davidson, her new boyfriend. Kravis (aka Kourtney, Blink 182 drummer Travis Barker), makes serious moves in their marriage and tries to have a kid together. Khloé works on her relationship with Tristan Thompson until it’s revealed that he’s betrayed her once again. The show doesn’t feature Kendall or Kylie as much. Filming was done during Kylie’s second child. Kendall is often on the road for work. Momager and family matriarch Kris is thriving and moves into a house right next to Khloé.

Season one’s finale aired June 16th, and fans are eagerly awaiting the second season. Here’s what we know so far about season two.

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