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The Powerhouse Family is Back For an All- New Season that Promises to Amplify the Undeniable Power of K


Keeping Up with the Kardashians,” returns for a twelfth season as the family continues to adjust to some new and unexpected circumstances. Khloé faces the long road to Lamar’s recovery, Kourtney moves onto a new chapter in her life and Kendall struggles to find the balance between her booming career as an international model and missing out on quality time with her close-knit family. The Kardashian effect is an irrefutable force in pop culture, driving the cultural conversation on a regular basis. In spite of their lives moving in different directions, the family’s deep bond and support for one another never wavers. Family has always come first and that is ever-present in the new season of the reality television sensation, “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” premiering Sunday, May 1 at 9pm ET/PT on E!

Season 12 picks up as Khloé adjusts to her new role as a caregiver for Lamar during his ongoing recovery. Scott continues to do his best as a father and decides to buy a house in Calabasas to be closer to Kourtney and their three children. Meanwhile, Kourtney tries to embrace her new life without Scott as her partner.

Also in the all-new season, Kim and Kris’ time as roommates during Kim’s prolonged home renovations comes to an end. After months and months of living at Kris’ house, Kim has worn out her welcome and is left with no choice but to leave and find another place to live, even though her house is not even near ready. Kylie follows in Kim’s footsteps and “breaks the internet” with the launch of her popular lip kits. Kendall is at the peak of her career: launching a clothing line with Kylie, jet setting to different countries for business and pleasure, covering top fashion magazines, and walking in the most revered fashion shows. However, with great success comes great sacrifice and she must decide if doing it all is worth the cost of missing out on irreplaceable family memories.

“Keeping Up with the Kardashians” finished its eleventh season with over 3.0 million total viewers and 2.0 million adults 18-49 in L3 viewing, consistent with viewership in its tenth season. The series continues to rank as one of top three ad-supported cable destinations on Sunday nights among adults and women aged 18-34 and as one of the top four ad-supported cable destinations on Sunday nights among adults and women aged 18-49. “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” received over 30 MM in total social engagements for season eleven and on average was the #1 prime time cable series on Sunday nights.

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