Kardashians return to TV in 2021 for multiple projects with Hulu

Kardashians return to TV in 2021 for multiple projects with Hulu

- The Kardashian family has reportedly inked a multi-year deal with Hulu to produce exclusive content for the platform

- The announcement was made by Disney, who owns the streaming service, and included that Kris and her five daughters were part of the deal

- This news follows that of the cancellation of the family's reality show Keeping Up with the Kardashians

The Kardashian family is reportedly returning to television after signing a multi-year deal with the American streaming service Hulu.

The famous sisters and their mom, Kris Jenner, will be producing exclusive content for the Disney-owned platform that will start airing near the end of 2021.

The company's announcement did not detail what the nature of the Kardashian content for Hulu would be, but did add that the shows will also be available on their recently-announced international streaming platform, called Star.

The Kardashian return to TV for mystery project with Hulu in 2021
The Kardashian family is set to return to TV for mystery project with Hulu in 2021.
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This news follows the family's announcement that their long-running reality show Keeping Up with the Kardashians would be coming to an end.

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CNN reported that the show's final season will be broadcast early next year and Reuters wrote that the new content for Hulu will become available only a few months later.

The internet comments, as is always the case with the famous family, were of mixed reactions to the news. Fans were excited to see more content of the Kardashian-Jenner clan on their screens while others were disappointed that the final season of the show was not the last they would see of the celebrities.

Check out some comments below:

@_supermun: "Hello what?! The greatest news ever, the Kardashians are coming on a reality TV show on HULU? Amazing."
@hurricanefiend8: "Worst news of 2020 so far."
@GoodTroublemak1: "Never watched them and will continue to never watch them."
@LeeWoods650: "I do not even want to know how much they are getting for this, seems so unfair lol."

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@KrystieLYandoli: "The Kardashians are moving to Hulu! I'm so excited about this. Hulu has always delivered on my reality TV wants and desires and this truly takes the cake."

In other Kardashian-related news, YEN.com.gh recently reported on Khloe announcing that the family's Christmas Eve party was cancelled due to the pandemic.

Khloe Kardashian announced that her family's renowned Christmas Eve party has been cancelled for the 2020 festive season. The celebrity was on Twitter chatting to fans when she revealed that the famous family had taken the decision not to hold the party for the first time since 1978.

Khloe explained that the Covid-19 pandemic was to blame for the decision and that rising cases in their state of California meant that large gatherings would not be responsible in the current climate.

The pandemic's grip on the United States has tightened as the northern hemisphere goes through winter and the strain on the public health facilities worsens daily.

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Fans of the reality show were disappointed to hear the news as the Christmas Eve party has been the source of much entertainment and drama over the years, but Khloe noted that health and safety were top priorities and that "taking this pandemic seriously is a must".

Khloe was asked whether the family had taken a Christmas picture yet and replied:

"We have not done anything. No Christmas photos and no Christmas Eve party this year. Covid has taken over."

Khloe responded to another disappointed fan:

"I am so over 2020! (Says everyone) Next year, our Christmas Eve party is going to be so f**ng fire! Covid better be gone by next Christmas."

More tweeps commented their thoughts with mixed reactions to the news:

@demidlove: "OMG. Can’t believe this... of course there’s nothing is more important than your and your family's health but man, NOT OUR CHRISTMAS PHOTOS, Covid has come too far."

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@sanchezochoa_A: "Seriously? This is what you are so upset about? Not having damm Christmas Eve party? How must the families that lost loved ones feel about not celebrating ever again? Get a life!"
@Aussie_Kardash: "Yes Khloé!! We all must stick together to beat this pandemic. Australia has been doing okay so we are allowed our friends and family over for Christmas! So thankful."
@sTiNkCaKeS: "You guys went to Tahoe for three days while there is a travel ban. Quit acting like a f**g martyr. You're still doing whatever you want without a care in the world."

Source: YEN.com.gh

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