Over its 14-year run, E!'s “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” cemented the Kardashian family as celebrity royalty. The series ending in 2021 after 20 seasons, but the Kardashians are continuing their reality TV legacy on Hulu with the revamped and refreshed “The Kardashians.”
The show hit the streamer in April 2022 and was the most-watched series premiere on the platform, according to Variety. “The Kardashians” picks up right where “KUWTK” left off, following the Kardashian/Jenner clan through new beginnings, heartbreak, and, of course, juicy drama. So much happens in season one of the show: Kim makes her “SNL” debut and deals with potential new footage from her 2007 sex tape with ex-boyfriend Ray J being released to the public. She also passes her “baby bar” exam and introduces her new beau Pete Davidson to viewers. Kravis (aka Kourtney and Blink 182 drummer Travis Barker) make serious moves in their relationship and try to have a baby together. Khloé works on her relationship with Tristan Thompson until it's revealed that he's betrayed her once again. Kendall and Kylie don't appear as much in the show — filming took place during Kylie's second pregnancy, while Kendall travels a lot for work. Momager and family matriarch Kris is thriving and moves into a house right next to Khloé.
The season one finale aired on June 16, and loyal fans of the show are already eager for a second season. Here's what we know about season two of “The Kardashians.”