The media and her family made this decision after making 20 seasons of the show over 14 years
The Kardashian clan has managed to gain a lot of popularity through the reality show Keeping Up with the Kardashians. After 14 years of being on the small screen showing their privacy without interruption, the controversial family announced in September that the program will end forever, even though they have thousands of followers who watch it all over the world.
Through social networks, they announced the news: “It is with a heavy heart that we have made the difficult decision, as a family, to say goodbye to Keeping Up with the Kardashians. After what will be 14 years, 20 seasons, hundreds of episodes, and numerous spinoff shows, we are beyond grateful to all of you who have watched us through all these years, through the good times, the bad, the happiness, and the tears. and the many relationships and children.”
Kanye West’s wife explained for the first time the reasons why they decided to put an end to the program in which they showed important moments in their lives such as the birth of their children and the twists and turns in their relationships. “This was a dream for all of us,” the businesswoman told the British magazine, Grazia. “We never imagined we’d make it to season two…now, we’re on season 20, and sometimes you need a break,” she added.
“Actually, the reason for the end is very simple: we need to recompose ourselves. You know, we haven’t had a ‘break’ for fourteen years. We’ve recorded the seasons in a row, the ‘spin-off’… and I think we’ve had a great time. life. And now we have children…, and they need us. It has a lot to do with the latter too, but hey, we need to rest, basically, “said the mother of North (7 years old), Saint (4 years old), Chicago ( 2 years), and Psalm (1 year).
In the final season, the Kardashians show the changes in their routine due to the coronavirus pandemic. In this regard, the celebrity gave some details about what will be seen in these episodes: “In any case, it will be really interesting to see what we were all doing during the pandemic. We were so scared and cautious and we shared every moment of it. Having to be with four kids and not having their friends and not having their routines and not having help. It was a very different side of us that I don’t think anyone really saw.”
In the first programs, the clan was in charge of recording images with iPhones, but as the weeks passed, the filming began to work cautiously again. “Now production can happen, in a very careful way, but the season finale is back to normal. We want to live this fully,” Kim said.
The celebrity will turn 40 on October 21 and will not be able to throw a big party as she would have liked. However, she assured me that she is not upset about reaching a new decade: “I am not one of those who get nervous about getting old. Obviously, I do what I can to try to feel young or look a certain way. But I am proud that my children bring me here for another year. I always think about that.”