Two cast members from Vanderpump Rules and one of the Keeping Up with the Kardashians stars will get their own spin-off-shows.
Forbes has compiled a list of how much the top-earning documentary-style reality show cast members make, and the top earners are Kardshians and Jenners.
I Am Cait, the E! reality series that followed Caitlyn Jenner, has been cancelled, but E! said she’ll still appear on Keeping Up With the Kardashians.
A review of season two of E!’s I Am Cait, the reality series that follows Caitlyn Jenner, which took a surprising turn this season.
Caitlyn Jenner drew huge numbers of viewers for the first episode of her E! series I Am Cait, but more than half of them did not return for its second episode on Sunday. In live plus same day viewers, 2.7 million watched the premiere, and 1.3 million watched episode two. The Hollywood Reporter notes that “1.3… continue reading
“I just hope I get it right,” Caitlyn Jenner said at the start of E!’s I Am Cait. “I hope I get it right.” She did, and so did E! and producers Bunim-Murray. For a first episode, it was extraordinary–quietly honest and surprisingly unassuming for such a high-profile series and star whose repeatedly admitted goal is… continue reading
I Am Cait is the title of the Caitlyn Jenner reality show, which was previously referred to as the untitled Bruce Jenner docuseries. Caitlyn’s name was revealed Monday, when Vanity Fair published the cover, with its gorgeous photo by Annie Leibovitz, and excerpts from Buzz Bissinger’s cover story. Today, E! revealed the July 26 show’s… continue reading
The Bruce Jenner interview that followed Shark Tank on ABC tonight was, quite simply, a must-watch. He explained what he has known for most of his life, and what has been rumored, joked about, and used as an insult in recent years: “I am a woman.” Here are my unformed thoughts after watching the two-hour… continue reading
Time has released its list of the 100 Most Influential People in the world, and it includes Keeping Up with the Kardashians star Kim Kardashian, who is profiled by Martha Stewart. The magazine asked other famous, influential people to write brief pieces explaining why the honorees are so influential. Thus we get Jack Nicholson on… continue reading
Removing all the Kardashians and Kris Jenner from Keeping Up with the Kardashians unsurprisingly results in a better show. It also results in a few surreal minutes of Bruce Jenner talking to and interacting with himself. The video, edited by Alexander Pyle to remove Kim, Khloe, Kourtney, Kris, and other kast members of the E! reality show, attributes… continue reading
Reality TV is once again affecting the names of babies: An increasing number of people named their kids Mason and Briella, which the Social Security Administration attributes to the son of Keeping Up With the Kardashians‘ Kourtney Kardashian and a star of Jerseylicious. While Briella–like Jerseylicious‘s Briella Calafiore–is the 497th most-popular name, it moved up… continue reading
President Barack Obama made a few jokes about reality TV stars last night at the White House Correspondents’ Association dinner, as did host Jimmy Kimmel. Obama’s jokes weren’t as scathing as his more targeted attack last year, and Kim Kardashian–who was in the audience along with several reality TV star guests–was the most frequent reality… continue reading
The Kardashian family will receive $40 million to expose their lives to the world during three more seasons of Keeping Up with the Kardashians and its related spin-offs. The show is produced by Ryan Seacrest, who is receiving $30 million for two seasons of American Idol, so he’s significantly more well-paid than they are. E!… continue reading
Keeping Up with the Kardashians chief idiot Kim Kardashian has decided she is going to run for mayor, but Glendale, Calif., doesn’t elect its mayor. In a deleted scene from Khloe & Lamar, Kim says, “I’ve decided I’m going to run for the mayor of Glendale,” and discusses the residency requirements, and buying a house… continue reading
The NBC Universal executive who transformed USA Network and SyFy will now make over the E! network, but first, she wants up to four more series following the Kardashian and Jenner families. Keeping Up With the Kardashians has already spawned three series. “”E! needs to be and really wants to be the pulse of popular… continue reading