KHLOE Kardashian told Andy Cohen that Keeping Up With the Kardashians was a “Lindsay Lohan REPLACEMENT.”
The 36-year-old added that execs said the reality show would only “last one season” during Thursday’s episode of E!’s For Real: The Story.
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While talking about how KUWTK came to be, Khloe revealed: “The Lohans were supposed to do a show then it got canned or something happened where it just didn’t go into production.”
Kim then chimed in: “They needed to fill the slot ASAP.”
Andy looked shocked as he asked: “You were Lohan replacements?”
Khloe responded: “Yeah and they told us, ‘Don’t get too comfortable. You’re just filler. You’ll just last one season.’”
The famous family also revealed that the hardest plot point to navigate on the show was Caitlyn Jenner’s transition because there wasn’t as much information at the time as there is now.
They added that her transition was tricky to handle since they wanted to remain respectful.
The Parent Trap star’s siblings- Ali, 27, and Michael Jr., 33- also would have likely appeared on the reality show.
The final season of KUWTK is currently airing on E!
After it was reported that Season 20 will feature the final batch of episodes of KUWTK, it was revealed that the famous family landed a MASSIVE new content deal to exclusively create shows for Hulu.
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The content is expected to debut in late 2021 and additional details will be shared when available.
The deal was announced at today’s Disney’s Investor Day, which this year is being livestreamed online.