Almost ten and a half years have passed since then Keeping up with the Kardashians changed the course of reality TV and its run will finally end in 2021 with season 20, as star Kim Kardashian recently shared in a lengthy Instagram post.
What time? Kris Jenner attempted to explain the decision behind the show’s end in a recent interview with series creator Ryan Seacrest.
The momager said it’s just “the right time” while phoning Aired with Ryan Seacrest.
Kris gave a pretty simple answer, saying, “I think number 20, well, it sounded good until 2020, but number 20, it just seemed like the right time.”
He can’t wait to have the opportunity to “take a minute and breathe and.” [for] all [to] slow down a bit. Don’t slow down professionally, but … understand what our next steps are. “
“We had to tell the crew yesterday, so we were all crying.”
According to Kris, “Khloé … is probably the one that’s taking it the hardest and she really hasn’t stopped crying since we announced.”
As for Kris fully worked it out, he says he “didn’t really do it”.
“It’s funny, when we talked yesterday, I had my wits on me and I thought I was really cool. And, you know, that’s the right decision,” Kris said. “Today I wake up and I was thinking about the first time you and I did an on-air interview, and I was so excited and so nervous.”
Kris concluded by calling Keeping up with the Kardashians “the best home movies we will ever be able to produce”, adding that they are “grateful for every single moment”.
You can see the season 19 premiere of Keeping up with the Kardashians September 17th at 8pm one!
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