According to Hulu, “‘The Kardashians’ is the most-watched series premiere on Hulu in the United States, and on Disney+ and Star+ among Star Originals, across all global markets to date. We all know that the Kardashians have a huge fan base. This show is different from Keeping Up With the Kardashians,” which was on the air for 20 seasons on the E Channel. The Kardashians is filmed, more like both a documentary and reality-style show all mixed together. You get to see more of their rich and celebrity lifestyles. Planes, cars, homes, photoshoots, offices and etc. You really get to see the sisters working more. On the show, Kim is dealing with preparing to host SNL and handling her legal woes of trying to stop the release of a possible second sex tape. We also get to see Kourtney’s lovey-dovey relationship with Travis Barker and how it is breaking Kourt’s baby daddy Scott Disick’s heart. Khloe is dealing with her relationship of co-parenting with her baby daddy- Tristan Thompson. Speaking of the Kardashians, Rob Kardashian’s baby mama, Black Chyna is suing the Kardashians for trying to end her and Rob’s reality show. Here are just a few highlights from the trial, during cross-examination, Black Chyna said that she got mad and smashed the gingerbread house and television out of anger. She was mad because Rob took her phone. She denied damaging Rob's car, saying she didn't throw anything at his car ... and she also denied ever threatening to kill or slap him. Oh, and the judge removed Black Chyna’s mother Tokyo Toni from the courtroom.
The RHOA is set to premiere on May 1st. Meanwhile, former Real Housewives Of Atlanta Star- NeNe Leakes is suing the powers that be behind “The Real Housewives of Atlanta.” She claims that they fostered and tolerated a hostile and racist work environment. According to the paperwork NeNe filed in federal court in Atlanta, she complained about various racist remarks Kim Zolciak-Bierman made throughout the years. She names NBCUniversal, Bravo, production companies True Entertainment and Truly Original, executives from the companies, and “Housewives” executive producer Andy Cohen as defendants. She did not name Kim in the suit. “NBC, Bravo, and True foster a corporate and workplace culture in which racially-insensitive and inappropriate behavior is tolerated – if not, encouraged,” the suit says. The way NeNe sees it, Kim made many racist remarks over the years. Instead of being reprimanded, she was rewarded with a spin-off. NeNe claims that the defendants’ actions violate federal employment and anti-discrimination law. She’s looking for monetary damages to be determined at trial.
The reality show, Basketball Wives is back for season 10. Jennifer Williams, Jackie Christie, Malaysia Pargo, Brandi Maxiell, DJ Duffey, Brooke Bailey, and British Williams. I love Jackie Christie, she said in the show’s promo, “We got to keep it motherf—- 100…in this Basketball Wives world, all that kumbaya s— goes out the window.” According to Deadline, Shaunie O’Neal released a statement, “I cannot say how proud I am to have created and produced such a successful television franchise with VH1,” she shared. “Basketball Wives has gone above and beyond my wildest dreams. How awesome is it to say, ‘Tune in to Season 10? 10?” In case you missed it, Shaunie has relocated from Los Angeles, and now lives in Houston, Texas, and she is engaged to a prominent pastor.