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How to watch Keeping Up With the Kardashians

Get your fix of the world’s most famous family

Keeping Up With the Kardashians entered its 16th season this year, which says a lot about our insatiable appetite for insight into the world’s most high-profile family.

Since its start in 2007, fans have revelled in the trials and tribulations of the five K-monikered sisters (Kourtney, Khloe, Kim, Kendall and Kylie) and their formidable “momager”, Kris Jenner.

The show is the ultimate guilty pleasure – the mac and cheese of reality TV – managing to be both utterly bland, devoid of challenge and moorishly delicious at once. If you’re not well-acquainted with the show, you most probably will be with the memes it has spawned.

For those wanting to keep up with the most recent episodes (in which Kanye West makes a long-awaited and begrudging appearance) or the golden oldies, we’ve compiled a handy guide to watching Keeping up with the Kardashians.

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How to watch Keeping Up With the Kardashians: Purchases

Dedicated watchers among us might opt to purchase the backlog of KUWTK episodes for offline viewing. Old seasons can be found on Amazon, and are available to buy for as little as £0.10 per episode in the UK, or $1.99 in the US.

Alternatively, full seasons of the show, from the first-ever release to the current season, are available for purchase on iTunes, from £8 for one to £55 for the complete (at the time of writing) box set.

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How to watch Keeping Up With the Kardashians in the UK

How to watch Keeping Up With the Kardashians on TV: Sky TV

If you’re a UK Sky TV customer, you’ll be able to watch weekly episodes of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, as they’re released every Sunday at 9pm on Sky Channel 151. With Sky TV, Kardashian fans can either watch live, record the show or download episodes via its On Demand service.

You’ll also have access to some of the show’s myriad spinoffs, including Kourtney and Kim Take New York, Kourtney & Kim Take Miami, and who could forget, Kourtney & Khloe Take the Hamptons. Caitlyn Jenner’s reality TV show, I Am Cait, is also available on Sky TV.

However, if you’re wanting to revisit the series in its entirety, it’s worth bearing in mind that the Sky TV backlog only goes back to season eight – although it does, of course, extend all the way up to most recently released episodes.

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How to watch Keeping Up With the Kardashians: Streaming options

If you’re not sure you want to commit to purchasing hundreds of hours of footage of the lives of the Kardashian clan – fair enough – the show is also available on a range of streaming apps.

Now TV with Hayu

The best option is to sign up to the Hayu pass via Now TV, which will allow you to stream the biggest and best reality TV shows in the US for just £3.99 per month – all with no contract. Plus, they’re offering a seven-day free trial for new users. The only downside is that you’ll have to turn a blind eye to the pitch billing the Kardashians as “kurvaceous [sic] drama queens”.

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Amazon Prime with Hayu

Hayu has also teamed up with Amazon Prime to offer a £3.99 add-on service for Prime members. Customers can enhance their Prime experience by adding the monthly subscription onto their bill after a seven-day free trial period, securing access to many TV shows the same day as US availability. Keeping up with the Joneses by keeping up with the Kardashians.

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Hayu is the principal platform that Keeping Up With the Kardashians is available on, offering up all 16 seasons and 244 episodes to date. Users can sign up for a free 30-day trial of Hayu, and once elapsed, the service will cost £4.99 per month.

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Unlike with Hayu’s rival, Hulu, you fortunately don’t have to be a US resident in order to gain access to its platform. Your go-to guilty pleasure just got that much easier to indulge in.

How to watch Keeping Up With the Kardashians in the US: Hulu

Meanwhile, if you are a US resident, Keeping Up With the Kardashians is also available on streaming platform Hulu. While Hayu is largely devoted to reality TV shows, Hulu’s offerings are more diverse, including TV drama, comedies and blockbuster films.

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Amongst the reams of stellar content is, of course, Keeping up with the Kardashians: 15 seasons and 230 episodes, to be exact. That’s quite the backlog to get through, which should keep you busy, but diehard fans should note that the most recent season, whose episodes are still being released, is not available on Hulu. You’ll have to wait a while longer on this platform, then, for up-to-date tidbits on the Khloe–Jordyn–Tristan scandal, alas.

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How to watch Keeping Up With the Kardashians in Canada, Australia and Denmark

Fans from as far afield as Canada, Australia and Denmark needn’t despair. Hayu is available to streamers in the UK, Ireland, Australia, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland and Canada, meaning you won’t be forced to fork out for the entirety of the series on iTunes or Amazon Prime.

Hayu can be accessed via your Amazon Prime account, or directly via the Hayu website. For Australian watchers, the service costs $6.99 AUD per month. In Canada, it’s $5.99 CAD, and in Denmark it’s 38 Krones (DKK) or €4.99 (EUR) per month.

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How to watch Keeping Up With the Kardashians in New Zealand

It’s a tad harder for our Kiwi friends to access all that sweet Kardashian drama; New Zealanders don’t have ready access to Hayu just yet, although with demand it’s not hard to foresee a day when access will be rolled out in NZ too.

Neon is Sky TV’s answer to a streaming subscription service in New Zealand, on which Keeping Up With the Kardashians has been known to feature. Alternatively, Keeping Up With the Kardashians airs on the TV channel Bravo every Saturday at 8.30pm.

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