“Continue keeping with the Kardashians” ended on Thursday night E! And the end of a reality TV era. The show “rediscovered pop culture and changed the definition of celebrity,” said Elizabeth Walkmeister of Variety. Wrote
. I really liked the lead of her story:
“‘Keeping up with the Kardashians’, which premiered in 2007, was not on a budget to provide hair and makeup. They want anything. “
True. They have signed a precious new streaming contract. The family’s transition from cable to streaming feels like a sign of the industry’s gravitational shift. The same is true of Thursday’s finals. The show ended “not with a bang, but with a noise,” Jordan Julian said Wrote
Daily Beast. Because, “The show is now very firm for their reputation, it’s mostly on social media and in their entrepreneurial endeavors.
“Reality”, so to speak, television ratings for “KUWTK” rose a decade ago. The show has seemed a bit unfocused in recent episodes. “Currently, each of the ‘Gorgener’ sisters has amassed more than 100 million followers on Instagram alone – providing fans with continuous, minute-by-minute updates against the long process of waiting weekly for new episodes! Wrote
“We can provide them with all the information anyone wants to know in real time,” said Chris Jenner Said “ET”.
And then again, every other Wannabe-Kardashian …
Now they are chasing money
As Mandolit del Barco Wrote for NPR
, “We are not the last to see the Kardashian-Jenner family – they are moving on to new lucrative projects.
First of all, e! There is one more way to collect eye sight. The two-part reunion special hosted by Andy Cohen airs on June 17th and June 20th …
Three good reads
– “Reality stars get this fame is unheard of” says Glamor’s Christopher Rosa Wrote …
– Wrote about Alyssa Pereznak of The Ringer Kardashian-Jenner-Industrial Complex
: “The family has so far expanded its tents, the reality TV show – their founding text – feels almost like a thought …”
– Here’s how Deadline’s Bruce Herring Recovered
You! “Say goodbye to the first family of entertainment:” “None of this will change the world, but since this is well known to anyone passing by a car accident, this is something we need to look at …”