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How to watch The Kardashians Season 2 this September
If you’re still Keeping Up with the Kardashians, you’ll find them on a new show (and a new streaming platform) these days. Season 2 of The Kardashians premieres in September on Disney+.
Still keeping up with the Kardashians? Between Kayne West’s very public meltdown, Kim’s highly-publicized fling (and subsequent split) with comedian Pete Davidson and being Josh Safdie’s muse when he wrote Unkah Jams, it’s been hard not to keep up.
Despite the Kardashians permanently inhabiting the front page of news and gossip sites, the Royal Family of reality television did hit a huge milestone in 2021 when their 15-year reign concluded with the twentieth and final season of Keeping Up with the Kardashians. After a decade and a half of strained family dynamics and scripted-not-scripted drama, you would think the family would be looking forward to some time away from the cameras and flashing lights. But in the end, the Keeping Up finale turned out to be less of a farewell to audiences and more of a classy breakup with E! Entertainment, the home network of the long-running series.
Almost as soon as the final episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians aired, a sleek reboot of the series was announced for Hulu, simply named The Kardashians.
It was kind of like throwing yourself a farewell party only to move to a bigger house two doors down.
With one season under their Balenciaga belt, The Kardashians are drop their second season in September. As per usual, there's a lot to catch up on. Kim recently split with Pete Davidson after a whirlwind romance that involved regrettable tattoos and the vengeful spirit of Yeezy's past and launched her own pair of wireless earbuds. And that was all in one week of just one of the Kardashians lives. Needless to say, there's plenty of material to cover this season.
How to watch The Kardashians in Australia
Given Hulu now belongs to Disney, the Kardashians are effectively residing in one wing of the House of Mouse. Here in Australia, we don’t have the streaming service Hulu but we do have a way to watch Hulu content with Disney+.
All ten episodes of The Kardashians Season 1 are already available to stream on Disney+ but there's second season coming in hot. And if that's not enough to quench your thirst for juicy drama, there's also a once-off ABC News special (also titled The Kardashians) that explores the family's history through rarely seen home video footage.
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When is The Kardashians Season 2 out in Australia?
Disney recently announced that Season 2 of The Kardashians will premiere on Thursday the 22nd of September on Disney+, just two weeks after Disney+ Day when Thor: Love and Thunder is released in Australia.
What is Disney+ Day?
Disney+ Day is an annual digital event held by the Walt Disney Company that started in 2021 as a platform to announce new TV shows and movies for the streaming service. Disney+ Day was held on the 8th of September in 2022. Alongside new announcements, Thor: Love and Thunder and the new live-action Pinnochio also premiered.
What is The Kardashians about?
Well, that’s a tricky question to answer with any specificity. There might be some slight differences to the format and season structure when compared to Keeping Up with the Kardashians but at the end of the day, you're getting the same TV show with fewer words to type in with your television remote.
Here’s the show’s synopsis from Hulu’s website:
Watch the latest trailer for The Karsdashians Season 2
What is Disney+ Star?
If you only ever tried Disney+ out at launch, when the service was more family-focused, you might not have been around for the introduction of Star. When the service got a price hike to $11.99 per month early in 2021, it also received a whole new library of more mature TV shows and movies courtesy of Hulu and Fox. Ever since, Disney+ subscribers have enjoyed some of the latest originals from Hulu as well as access to some long-running classics, like Grey’s Anatomy.