As season 18 of Keeping Up With The Kardashians arrives, we take a look at all the moments you may have missed in previous series so you’re up to date with all the drama before it returns…
By Virgin TV Edit
Thirteen years, over 200 episodes and thousands of hours of footage have ensured that, to anyone looking to get into Keeping Up With The Kardashians for the first time, doing so is now something of a daunting prospect.
There was no way in. What did people mean when they referred to Kris Jenner’s earlobes? Why did they do so with thousand-yard stare? Who is Dream? Why does that American man think he’s a Lord? How does Kanye West fit into all this? Who are all these basketball players? Why aren’t they playing basketball? The list goes on…
With the eighteenth season on E! promising even more drama, arguments, shock revelations and even the odd bout of fisticuffs, there will soon be even more Kardashian kontent to catch up on.
But as everyone’s favourite part-reality, part side-splitting-improv-comedy and all-time guilty pleasure returns, fear not! We are on hand to soothe your Kardashian FOMO woes and get you bang up to date with all their goings-on.
It’s a marathon, not a sprint, but a marathon we have gladly undertaken to ensure every standout moment from the past 17 seasons is delivered directly to your brain via a handy, easy-to-read graphic.
So give it a gander, put your feet up, wrap your hair in one of those swirly towel-type things and get watching, safe in the knowledge that no plot thread goes misunderstood from now on…
When is Keeping Up With The Kardashians on TV?
Keeping Up With The Kardashians airs on E!/HD (CH 140/139) on Sunday 29 March at 9pm. It is also available for 30 days in Catch Up > Channels > E!
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