Keeping Up With The Kardashians is one of the most successful reality shows that has ever aired. It helped turn the Kardashian/Jenner family into household names, with their glamorous and fast-paced lifestyles leaving viewers in awe and wanting to come back for more. It appeared as if the family was set to bid adeiu in 2020 after a 20-season run, but instead will be moving to Hulu to start their new show, The Kardashians.
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This will not be the first time the family gets a new show, however. During their years dominating tabloids and front pages, 14 spinoff series spawned from the original. Keeping up with and finding all of their shows is a tall task, with many of them being spread out across different platforms, and some being better than others.
13 Lord Disick: Lifestyles Of A Lord (2013)
Unfortunately (or maybe fortunately), Lord Disick: Lifestyles Of A Lord is a Kardashian series that seems to be lost to time. The short-lived, 10-episode web series was found on both E! and lorddisick.com (now defunct) and focused on Scott Disick doing what he does best: bragging about money.
While the show was certainly a bit tongue in cheek, hearing Scott talk about being a Lord and what kinds of fancy goods to buy was a bit tiring and cringey. While clips do still exist, it may take strenuous digging to find the originals.
In theory, Dash Dolls could have been a really interesting addition to the Kardashian TV empire. Focusing on the families high end boutique would be a new topic to tackle. Instead, the show lasted only eight episodes before cancelation.
The Kardashians themselves appeared sparingly, disappointing those who tuned in because of them. Family friends Malika and Khadijah Haqq ran the workplace drama show instead. The show can be streamed on NBC.
12 The Spin Crowd (2010)
Similarly to Dash Dolls, The Spin Crowd is a Kardashian spinoff noticeably scarce of any Kardashians. Jonathan Cheban, who appeared alongside the Kardashian’s on celebrity Family Feud, takes center stage instead. This show also only lasted eight episodes.
The show, which is available for streaming on NBC, was produced by Kim Kardashian’s and gave an inside look to one of the most influential public relations agencies in Los Angeles. While it didn’t feature starpower via the Kardashians, celebrities such as Mario Lopez, Kelly Rowland, Carmen Electra, and Kelly Osborne made cameos.
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11 Revenge Body with Khloé Kardashian (2017-2019)
The Kardashians decided to take a commonly used reality show trope (weight loss) and make it appealing enough by inserting Khloé as the face of the show. It ultimately succeeded, as Revenge Body with Khloé Kardashian was one of the most successful spinoffs, lasting three seasons.
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All three seasons can be found on Amazon Prime, and it is certainly recommended for anyone who can’t get enough of the Kardashians. Khloe’s involvement is questionable as she does not appear in person for many of the scenes, but the formula of a feel good, getting healthy show does work.
10 Kocktails With Khloé (2016)
After a string of (mostly) unscripted shows where she was followed around by a camera crew, Khloé looked to start a career as a talk show host with her short lived Kocktails with Khloé. It was exactly as one would expect from a talk show, with Khloé inviting her celeb friends to play games, discuss life, and cover trending topics over food and drinks.
The show lasted 14 episodes which can all be purchased on Amazon. While Khloé wasn’t particularly memorable as a host, she did do an admirable job and had some incredible celebrity cameos such as John Legend, Snooki, Cardi B, T-Pain, and of course, her sisters.
9 Kris (2013)
Khloé wasn’t the only Kardashian to take a shot at being the next Ellen, as the family matriarch Kris Jenner also had a talk show commissioned. She was aiming to become a staple of daytime TV, with thirty episodes airing over a five week span. Unfortunately, it was not renewed further after airing in select US markets on FOX affiliates.
The show is very difficult to find online in full, but some of it’s essential moments are online. Her interview with her (at the time) son in law Kanye West may take the cake as best interview on either Kardashian interview show. It was Ye’s first television interview in over three years, and he would reveal the first photos of North West, which luckily can be watched on Vimeo.
8 Kourtney and Khloé Take The Hamptons (2014-2015)
Kourtney and Khloe take the Hamptons showed the two sisters opening a Dash store in Long Island, New York. The store only lasted about a year, much like this series. It is a notable one though as it deals with heavy topics such as Scott Disick checking into rehab.
Available to watch on NBC, this iteration of two of the sisters moving to a new city wasn’t as exciting as the others. The melodramatic nature of the family is always fun to watch, but Long Island simply does not compare to some of the other cities that the sisters would call home, making it a hair below on this ranking.
7 Flip It Like Disick (2019)
Scott seemed to have learned from his misfire of a first show, with his second time around being substantially better. Flip It Like Disick takes the precedent set by Revenge Body, with a tried and true format (house flipping) fronted by a recognizable face.
All eight episodes can be viewed on NBC, with Scott’s unique personality and sense of humor making it fun. Some of his celebrity friends make appearances also, with music producer Steve Aoki letting Scott and his team remodel his Las Vegas mansion during the series premiere.
6 Rob And Chyna (2016)
A sometimes forgotten Kardashian sibling, Rob Kardashian got his very own show alongside his at the time wife, Blac Chyna. Rob and Chyna may have lasted just seven episodes, but with this couple, it was always a wild ride. The two may not be considered among the best Kardashian couples, but they were absolutely one of the more entertaining.
Every episode is available to stream on NBC and highly recommended for those who love reality TV drama. In a more wholesome ending, the show ends with the birth of their child, Dream Kardashian.
5 Life Of Kylie (2017)
After taking a step back from the main series, it appeared that Kylie Jenner was done with production teams following her every move. In a bit of an unexpected move though, Kylie came back to the forefront with her own show, Life of Kylie. It lasted eight episodes over a single season.
The show is one of the few Kardashian shows actually available on Hulu. Ex-best friend Jordyn Woods is a bit of a co-star, going on various escapades with Kylie, most notably to Peru. It was an interesting look to see what Kylie was up to after departing the main show.
4 Kourtney and Khloé Take Miami/Kourtney and Kim Take Miami (2009-2013)
This series is slightly confusing, as the first two seasons focus on Kourt and Khlo, before switching to Kourt and Kim in season three. Either way, all three seasons of the show are fantastic and feature exactly what one would expect from a Kardashian show.
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The show can be streamed on Amazon Prime, with the first three seasons listed being the Miami version. The vibrant scenes of Miami alone are simply unmatched, with a highlight of the series being Kourtney finding out she’s pregnant with the soon to be Kardashian sweetheart, Mason.
3 I Am Cait (2015-2016)
In the most unique Kardashian led reality show, I Am Cait takes a much more serious tone than its predecessors. Dealing with Caitlyn Jenner’s transition was a side of life that the majority of viewers had never seen.
With both seasons available to stream on Hulu, this show is a must watch for Kardashian fans. It helps gain awareness for issues in the trans community, including higher suicide rates, family rejection, and religious ostracization.
2 Khloé & Lamar (2011-2012)
Khloé and Lamar had arguably the most relatable relationship of any Kardashian, so seeing the two navigate life together as newly-weds was fun television. It deals with serious matters, such as Khloé pushing Lamar to reconnect with his father, and more whimsical ones, like Lamar’s love for candy. It also is one of the few reality shows showing the inside life of a professional athlete.
The full two seasons and 20 episodes can be streamed on Amazon Prime.
1 Kourtney and Kim Take New York (2011-2012)
For fans who love drama, Kourtney and Kim Take New York is tops. Featuring Kim’s whirlwind marriage with Kris Humphries and Kourtney’s confusing relationship with Scott was peak Kardashian viewing. It wasn’t all dramatic though, as the fashion trends and beauty of the bougie side of NYC was fascinating as well.
The show can be streamed on Amazon Prime alongside the Miami spinoff. They are listed together, so New York is season four and five, despite the show being just two seasons.
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