Disney+ Unveils New Trailer For The Kardashians

After a short time away from our screens following the conclusion to Keeping Up With The Kardashians last year, the iconic family are returning on Disney+ with their latest foray, The Kardashians. The new reality show will serve as a spiritual successor to the original reality hit series and premieres on Disney+ in Australia on April 14th.

The Kardashians New Trailer

Keeping Up With The Kardashians was arguably the largest reality TV show in the world for years and kicked off an entire wave of content that creators are still trying to recapture today. Having run for 20 whole seasons between 2007 and 2021, we now find the return to a filmed existence in The Kardashians to be something of a return to normal. In the new trailer, we hear about how each Kardashian has taken the time to find themselves again and are now ready to let the world back in.

Producer Danielle King, who has worked on a range of reality shows including the RuPaul’s Drag Race franchise, is serving as showrunner and will be bringing us a window into the highs and lows of the Kardashian experience. From running giant corporations to pregnancies to the infamous Kanye West marriage, The Kardashians looks like a wild return to form.

The Kardashians is streaming on Disney+ under the Star banner on April 14th.

James Wood
James Wood
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