Parents' Guide to

The Kardashians

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Famous reality family returns with lots of drama, branding.

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A Lot or a Little?

What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.

Community Reviews

age 14+

Based on 2 parent reviews

age 15+
When Kim is saying she gave birth to psalms around the pandemic is a lie the pandemic started til early 2020 your son was born early 2019

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age 12+

It’s giving out of touch

Kim : kim being on SNL Kourtney: engagement. Kendall : not being able to cut a cucumber, over all boring really.. Khloe: beautiful new house, got cheated on again…. Kylie: was there … for maybe two episodes… Corey: 🧍🏾‍♂️ Overall let’s say the show was a waste of my time… it was poorly organized, written and overall boring… Every episode you could see through the attempt to play the “. You guys have to stay tuned, we have more” - card , but honestly we’ve seen 10 episodes now. They were a MESS…. I can honestly say I don’t understand why they came back…

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
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Kids say (3):

This predictable unscripted series picks up almost two years after Keeping Up with the Kardashians left off, and features all the expected reality drama one comes to expect from the franchise. The women are now a bit older, and some of them make a point of discussing how motherhood is the priority of their lives. But a lot of focus of the show is on their relationship issues, including some that made headlines before the series premiered. Meanwhile, despite voicing frustrations about living their lives in front of the cameras, they all seem ready and willing to do so. If you're a Kardashian fan, no doubt you'll find The Kardashians worth tuning into. But if you're not, you won't find much here.

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