In just a few months, fans can look forward to the return of ‘The Kardashians’ to their screens. Following the thrilling season 3 finale of the famous family’s hit reality TV series on Hulu, the streaming service made an exciting announcement: season 4 is set to premiere on Thursday, September 28th.
“We’re back, better than ever,” declares Kim Kardashian with a beaming smile in the latest teaser promo clip, assuring viewers of “More fun, more family, and so much more drama” in the upcoming season.
In a playful remark, Khloe Kardashian, her younger sister, jests, “You’re not getting away from us, babe.”
The exciting news confirms that momager Kris Jenner and all the sisters, including Kim, Khloe, and Kourtney Kardashian, along with Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner, will be making a comeback for season 4.
Despite Khloe’s teasing about their brother, Rob Kardashian, being open to returning to the franchise in a recent episode, it appears that the reclusive former reality star is not mentioned in the promotional materials for season 4.
Season 3 of the show wrapped up filming in January, leaving viewers shocked by the sudden death of Tristan Thompson’s mother, Andrea Thompson. The unfortunate incident led Tristan and his disabled younger brother, Amari Thompson, to move in with Khloe after their previous residence suffered water damage from a roof cave-in. Additionally, Kim Kardashian, fresh off finalizing her divorce from Kanye West, took pride in her single status throughout season 3.
As filming for the show concluded much earlier in the year, viewers are still eagerly awaiting the exciting reveal of Kourtney Kardashian and her husband, Travis Barker, announcing their pregnancy. After years of undergoing IVF and trying to conceive, the couple’s joyful news is yet to be unveiled on the show.
Mark your calendars for the highly-anticipated premiere of The Kardashians Season 4 on Thursday, Sept. 28, exclusively on Hulu. For those who want to catch up or relive the excitement, the first three seasons of The Kardashians are currently available for streaming on Hulu.