Kylie Jenner’s new son with Travis Scott got his 15 minutes of fame — now it’s time to shift the focus to another due date: The Kardashians, the new reality series from the First Family of Unscripted Content, is set to hit Hulu on April 14. The show picks up after the teary-eyed final season of E!’s Keeping Up With the Kardashians, which ended in June 2021. A clip teasing the new series, part of a larger deal between the Kardashian-Jenners and Disney, promises “all the walls will be shattered” while showing Kim, Khloé, Kourtney, Kris, Kendall, and a pregnant Kylie in glass boxes … clever. A new trailer released February 21 during ABC’s The Bachelor — let the synergy begin! — hints at more behind-the-scenes footage of the family including grandmomager Kris’s reaction to Kourtney’s engagement to Travis Barker and Kylie continuing to grow her empire. And another new trailer released to Instagram in the very last hours of February promises “transformations” from the whole family. On March 14, one month before the series premiere, The Kardashians did yet another trailer drop, and this time it had drone shots. “Life without cameras was a big change for us,” says a voice-over. A voice-over by whom? Don’t care. The trailer certainly covers a lot of ground, from Kylie’s second pregnancy to Kourtney and Travis’s engagement to Kim’s ongoing divorce from Ye to whatever it is Khloé is up to. It also shows Kim texting with her boyfriend, Pete Davidson. And yet no mention of North West’s TikTok fame. Just don’t say you’re keeping up with it all anymore, k?
This post has been updated with additional information.