The Kardashians are heading back to TV, and months back the family had decided “ to live their lives without our cameras”.
The Kardashians are tracking towards the TV screen, despite bringing an end earlier this year to the reality show that shot the family of fame.
Streaming service Hulu on Thursday announced it had signed a deal with Kim, Khloe, and Kourtney Kardashian, their mother Kris Jenner, and half-sister Kylie and Kendall Jenner. Bu didn’t say whether the women who have tens of millions of followers in Instagram and Twitter, would appear on the screen and did not give details of the programming they would create under the multi-year deal.
Under the deal, the women will create new content that will stream on Disney owned Hulu in the United States and in multiple countries overseas on Star, Hulu said.
The platform said the new content was expected to debut in late 2021.
The announcement came three months after the Los Angeles-based family announced it was ending Keeping Up With the Kardashians on NBCUniversal’s E! Network in 2021 after 14 years.
They gave no reasons for the decision but the E! Network said at the time that the family had decided “ to live their lives without our cameras.”
Keeping Up with Kardashians, which chronicles the personal lives of the family, helped make them all household names which turned them into global phenomena and helped them to make the women household names and launched their careers in the fashion, modeling, and beauty business. The Jenner family showed an early willingness to put their personal lives on a platter when they debuted their reality show in 2007.