When the news broke that Keeping Up With The Kardashians was ending after 12 long years there was somewhat of an international mourning of the show. But, should we have seen this coming?
Listen to The Spill where hosts Kee Reece and Laura Brodnik discuss the end of a Kardashian era. Post continues after podcast.
Let’s face it, nothing in this family happens by accident. (We’re looking directly at you Kris Jenner and your military-grade approach to PR.)
So let’s dive into the unspoken reasons why we will be no longer Keeping Up With The Kardashians. Well, at least not on TV...
The sacred circle around the family has gotten too big.
Die-hard fans of the show will know that back in the old days, there was a very exclusive, tight-knit group that surrounded the Kardashian-Jenners. Outside of official blood relatives the only people who they kept around were: Jonathan Cheban, Malika and Khadijah Haqq and Larsa Pippen.
However, in recent years (and since Kylie and Kendall became more of a presence on the show), we’ve seen that circle widen to include the likes of Jordyn Wood, Addison Rae, Stassie Karanikoalou, Harry Hudson, LaLa Anthony and Stephanie Shepherd.
Not to mention the constant revolving door of boyfriends and girlfriends attached to the family.
Honourable mentions being: Blac Chyna, French Montana and Shengo, AKA that random Australian bodyguard that Kim dated for about four minutes. We miss you Shengo!
Now that there are so many individuals circling around the family, it’s much harder for them to keep secrets under wraps and find out who’s been leaking intel to the press.