Kim Kardashian explained why the Kardashians don't look like the Kardashians
She, Khloé Kardashian and Scott Disick have responded to criticism for not being so outspoken on their new show.
Kardashian said "there wasn't even social media" when "Keeping Up" started.
Kim Kardashian said her family has changed over the years since her reality career began with Keeping Up With the Kardashians, and they are now able to share different aspects of their lives.
In season three, episode two of "The Kardashians," which airs Thursday, Kim, her sister Khloé, and Scott Disick, the father of Kourtney Kardashian's children, reflect on how the way they shared their lives has changed, a exchange. between the two. Reality Series: Keeping Up With E! and "Kardashians" on Hulu.
"When we started 'Keeping Up,' we were all in our twenties with no kids and no life and it was our only job and our only career. There wasn't even social media," Kim said. "So if anybody wants the same, it's... Now I know what it's like to say, 'I want the former artist back. ""
“People grow and evolve,” the Skims founder added.
In particular, the trio responded to some comments by Variety TV reviewer Daniel D'Addario in his review of the show's second season, who called them "plotless" and "obsessed with work". In the review, D'Addario writes that the family “is not obligated to say things about which they would prefer to remain silent; it wouldn't be a surprise if public attention changed over time. As Insider previously reported, the show's second season missed some important family news.
Khloé said that despite criticism that she remained silent about her son and surrogacy until her son was born in season two, she shared "a lot about my life" on the show and felt no guilt.
Ultimately, Kim said she still loves "The Kardashians," even after more than 15 years in the reality TV spotlight.
"I see this as an opportunity to help others through what they're going through," he said.