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16 Top Secrets About ‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians’

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Keeping Up with the Kardashians has been on the air for a decade now. The American reality television series that airs on the E!, focuses on the personal and professional lives of the Kardashian–Jenner family. The series debuted on October 14, 2007 and has obviously become one of the longest-running reality television series in the country. The fourteenth season of the series will premiere on October 1, 2017.  In the beginning, we surely didn’t see the family becoming some of the most famous faces in the world. But here we are, knowing so little about the top secrets of this show.

The ladies have exploded with a surge in popularity, and taken their business ventures in so many directions! And of course, the world of reality television will never, ever be the same.

Here are some facts you might not know about the show and the people behind it.

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1. Kris has been momager from the beginning.

She signed for the show without even asking her family. So, she explained in her memoir, Kris Jenner… And All Things Kardashian. She told the family about the show at dinner, once the deal was already done. Wow!

Kris has been momager from the beginning. She pitched and signed for the show, all without asking her family.

Source: Instagram | @krisjenner

2. Kim, Kourtney, and Khloé rented a monkey for Kris in Season 3.

Kris missed taking care of a younger child, so her eldest daughters rented her a monkey for a few days. Hilarious!

Kim, Kourtney, and Khloé rented a monkey — yes, a monkey — for Kris in Season 3.

Source: YouTube | E! Entertainment

3. Houses shown on the show aren’t their actual houses.

For the sake of security and safety, all of the exteriors aren’t actually the exteriors of their houses. It does make sense, though.

Houses shown on the show aren't their actual houses.

Source: Dailymotion

4. Kourtney was not so happy about being on the show.

Back in 2007, big sister Kourtney was against it and almost refused to be on the show. It was because her relationship with Scott Disick was in the beginning stages. But, she managed and told the family she’d do the show.

Kourtney was not thrilled about being on the show.

Source: Instagram | @kourtneykardash

5. There was no name for the show until the premiere.

One producer ran in one morning and said he was, “exhausted from keeping up with the girls.” And that’s how the name was born.

There was no name for the show until, like, right before the premiere.

Source: YouTube | KardashiansIreland

6. The topic of the first scene ever filmed for the show was Kim’s rear end.

It’s not a surprise at all!

Unsurprisingly, the topic of the first scene ever filmed for the show was Kim's rear end.

Source: Instagram | @kimkardashian

7. There have been seven spin-off shows, with the most recent being all about Kylie.

Life of Kylie is the latest spin-off series, focusing on the youngest member of the family. Shows from the past include: Kourtney and Kim Take Miami, Kourtney and Kim Take New York, Kourtney and Khloé Take The Hamptons, Khloé & Lamar, Dash Dolls, and Rob & Chyna.

There have been seven spin-off shows, with the most recent being all about baby sis, Kylie.

Source: E!

8. E! signed the show for another three years back in 2012, for a whopping $40 million contract making it the most profitable show.

E! paid $40 million for the show to continue another three years, which is absolutely amazing!

E! signed the show for another three years back in 2012, for a whopping $40 million contract making it the most profitable show, like, ever.

Source: Instagram | @krisjenner

9. Cameras stopped rolling once, and that was when Lamar was hospitalized in 2015.

Lamar almost died from an overdose, and Khloé spent every moment by his side. That was the one time the family didn’t film for a week while he recovered.

Cameras have stopped rolling once, and that was when Lamar was hospitalized in 2015.

Source: IMDb

10. There is a special bond between the working crew and the Kardashian-Jenners.

“We have such a personal relationship with the crew. When one of us cries on the show usually you’ll look around and the camera guy is crying and the producer is crying,” Kendall said.

Because most of the crew has remained since the first season, there is a special bond between them and the Kardashian-Jenners.

Source: Lipstick Alley

11. Kim made the team reshoot the “surprise” proposal scene with Kris Humphries.

That proposal was no surprise, because she knew ahead of time. Even so, she didn’t like her reaction and had the team reshoot the entire thing. It’s a bit unlogical, but Kim is Kim.

Kim made the team reshoot the "surprise" proposal scene with Kris Humphries.

Source: ScreenPicks

12. Kim’s Fairytale Wedding attracted the largest audience that E! has ever had in a single day.

Her marriage to Kris Humphries didn’t long, but the ratings for that wedding special sure did.

Kim’s Fairytale Wedding: A Kardashian Event attracted the largest audience that E! has ever had in a single day.

Source: YouTube | OWN

13. The show has been pretty damn real, showing us both the good and bad from their lives.

We’ve seen three weddings, three divorces, one big breakup, five pregnancies, failure to get pregnant, struggles with addiction, and a lot more. The family decided to film everything!

Despite rumors of it being fake, the show has been pretty damn real, showing us both the good and bad from their lives.

Source: The Odyssey Online

14. Cameras are everywhere, including in each of their cars!

Those car cameras were the reason why there was recorded footage of the car crash Khloé, Kim, Kylie, and North were in back in 2015.

 Cameras are everywhere, including in each of their (several) cars for regular, candid conversations.

Source: YouTube | Melanie

15. There have been over 200,000 minutes of Keeping Up with the Kardashians since it first premiered a decade ago.

 There have been over 200,000 minutes of Keeping Up with the Kardashians since it first premiered a decade ago.

Source: The Odyssey Online

16. Khloé, Kim, and Kourtney became executive producers for Keeping Up with the Kardashians in Season 10.

These women can really do it all.

Khloé, Kim, and Kourtney became executive producers for Keeping Up with the Kardashians in Season 10.

Here’s a glimpse at the family’s trip to Puerto Rico.

Source: IMDb
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