The Kardashians are Coming to Disney+ UK

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Fans of Disney+ were a tad confused when a trailer dropped for the new Kardashians show on Twitter from Disney+. I’ll admit that I was even confused.

However, in the United States, the Kardashians will be airing on Hulu whereas in the United Kingdom, it will air on Disney+. It seems that Disney+ in the UK airs some of the Hulu exclusive shows that we can watch on Hulu here in the United States.

Another example of this is the new Pam and Tommy series starring the Winter Solider  himself, Sebastian Stan as Tommy Lee.  This show airs every Wednesday in the United States on Hulu. However, it airs on Disney+ in the United Kingdom. The content of this show isn’t very appropriate for young children with the material based around the release of Pam and Tommy’s infamous sex tape.

Therefore, the Kardashians could be seen as tame as compared to Pam and Tommy series. However, the Kardashians have been known to be involved in multiple controversies in their careers.

In the United States, kids with access to their parents’ Disney+ logins won’t be able to watch the Kardashians. However, if you’re in the UK, perhaps you want to monitor what your kids are watching on Disney+ due to the adding of Hulu exclusive shows.

Keeping Up With the Kardashians, the family’s original show started in 2007 on E! Entertainment Television. The show ran for 20 seasons before coming to an end, and then it was announced that a new iteration of the show would be airing on Hulu in the United States called simply, The Kardashians. The show chronicles the lives of the Kardashians/Jenner sisters – Kourtney, Kim, Khloe, Kendall, and Kylie, their families, and their mother, Kris Jenner.

Whether you like it or not, in the United Kingdom, the Kardashians will have a platform on Disney+.

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