OG 'KUWTK' Episodes Land On Netflix On Monday
We can hardly believe it's been 13 years since Keeping Up With The Kardashians first aired on our screens but now we can relive our favourite moments from the early days as the first two seasons are dropping on Netflix on Monday.
KUWTK first aired way back in 2007 and the pilot episode begins with matriarch Kris and husband Bruce celebrating their 16th wedding anniversary.
In the same episode we watch as Kim decides whether to appear on The Tyra Banks Show to talk about her sex tape, while older sister Kourtney has relationship trouble.
In further episodes of the first season, we follow Kourtney, Kim and Khloe as they go on a girls trip to Mexico, while Kim appears on the cover of Playboy magazine, inspiring Kris to take part in a photoshoot of her own.
Meanwhile, the early seasons also give us an insight into younger sisters Kylie and Kendall, just 10 and 11 when the show first aired, who in one episode ask their dad for a puppy and cause an argument between their parents.
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In the second series we see the family worry that Kim is becoming too much of a diva, Kris deciding to raise her own chickens as she'd like the family to eat healthier eggs and Khloe's foray into acting.
And, in true Kardashian fashion, there's a fight between sisters Kourtney, Kim and Khloe when they gang up on Kim for refusing to join in with family time.
But, by the end of the episode, an apology message from Khloe puts things right and the Kardashian-Jenners head off on a family holiday together.
Unexpected news for fans of bootcut jeans: S1 and 2 of Keeping Up with the Kardashians will be on Netflix from 1 June. pic.twitter.com/HWZhHwLWbD
- Netflix UK & Ireland (@NetflixUK) May 6, 2020
Now in its 18th season (who can forget the recent fight between sisters Kim and Kourtney?), the show is currently taking its mid-season break but should be back on our screens soon.
And, back in February, Kris teased that the family had already begun filming for season 19, though it's no doubt on hold during the lockdown.
But with 19 episodes of the show to get through from Monday, we know what we'll be watching in the meantime.
Keeping Up With The Kardashians seasons one and two land on Netflix on Monday 1st June.
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