How many spin-offs of Keeping Up With The Kardashians are there?
Posted by  badge Boss on Apr 14

The Kardashians are back, and oh how we’ve missed them.

A year after, Kim, Kourtney, Khloe, Kendall, Kylie and of course Kris, are back on our screens with a new show: The Kardashians.

The new series will be more documentary-style than the original programme, and it will take us right up to current Kardashian-Jenner events, including all the Kravis gossip.

We’ll get the behind-the-scenes looks at Travis’  and an inside peek at the breakup/drama between Kim and her now-ex .

Keeping Up With The Kardashians ended after 14 years and 20 seasons – not including all of the spin-offs that came from the show.

From lost diamond earrings, to babies, break-ups and beauty lines, KUWTK provided everything we could have ever asked for, and more.

But how many spin-offs were there? Let’s take a look, dolls.

It all began in 2007 (Picture: KimKardashian/Instagram)

Kourtney and Khloé Take Miami, and Kourtney and Kim Take Miami – 2009

After Keeping Up With The Kardashians premiered in 2007, the first-spin off landed on screens in 2009.

Following the Dash empire expansion, Khloe and Kourtney led the way to Miami, followed by Kim.

The three seasons of the spin-off included the usual extravagant drama, and a monumental life moment when Kourtney discovered she was pregnant with Mason, and he became the first Kardashian baby born during the series – starting a legacy of 10 more births later in the franchise.

Kourtney & Khloe took Miami in the first spin-off (Picture: E!)

Keeping up with the Kardashians: The Wedding – 2009

Khloe’s wedding to Lamar Odom, which momager Kris waved her magic wand to create within nine days, landed its own TV special.

The 90-minute programme landed between seasons 3 and 4, and included the iconic moment when Khloe forgot to inform Caitlyn.

Kourtney and Kim Take New York – 2011

Two years later, the sisters headed to conquer another city, opening their next Dash store in the big city.

The first season followed Kourtney and Scott, and all the drama they brought throughout the show, while the second season turned to Kim and her very memorable marriage to Kris Humphries.

Khloé & Lamar – 2011

Back to the third Kardashian sister. In the same year, Khloe landed another own spin-off series showcasing her new married life.

Fans might remember this as the series which showed the most of Rob, who remained pretty quiet in all the other programmes.

It came to a sad ending when, one year later, Khloe and Lamar filed for divorce.

Khloe and Lamar went through a very public wedding and divorce not long later (Picture: Getty Images For AXE)

Kim’s Fairytale Wedding: A Kardashian Event – 2011

Then came the next dramatic wedding – a two-part special of Kim marrying Kris in her dream fairytale wedding.

Although, it wasn’t her ideal marriage, as it lasted only 72 days.

Kendall’s Sweet 16 – 2011

Also that year, Kendall finally got a share of some of the spotlight, with her Sweet 16 special episode.

We say she got the spotlight, but really, we all know it was momager Kris, the one who truly wanted to host the grand event.

Ryan Seacrest with the Kardashians – 2013

This special took a slightly different turn, with co-creator and executive producer Ryan Seacrest interviewing the Kardashian clan.

The candid discussion featured Ryan in front of the camera for once, and all the stars of the show discussing their fame as reality TV stars.

The man behind the magic finally came on screen in a special episode (Picture: ABC via Getty Images)

A Very Merry Christmas – 2013

The first-ever Kardashian Christmas episode landed in 2013, involving matching pyjamas, nostalgic home videos and the first legendary gift exchange.

Kourtney and Khloé Take The Hamptons – 2014

The following year we returned to the Dash empire, with Kourtney, Khloe and Scott opening a pop-up store in Long Island.

The Dash empire moved to the Hamptons (Picture: E!)

Keeping Up: Kardashian Rewind – 2015

This nostalgic episode took a look back at the Kardashian’s previous series, and a sneak peek at what was to unfold in season 11.

Following the one-off special, that came as part of the end of season 10, were Keeping Up: Kardashians Family Rules, which focused on Kylie’s 18th Birthday, and Keeping Up: Kardashians on Vacation, a recap of all the famous family travels, including the lost diamond moment from their 2011 Bora Bora trip, of course.

I Am Cait – 2015

I Am Cait became a 16-episode series that aired from 2015 to 2016, following Caitlyn Jenner’s trans journey.

Not only did the series focus on Caitlyn, but showed how daughters Kylie and Kendall reacted to their parent’s transition, along with the rest of the world.

Caitlyn revealed her struggles for the world to see (Picture: Getty Images)

Dash Dolls – 2015

The Dash Dolls spin-off featured more of Khloe’s twin best friends Khadija and Malika Haqq, as they navigated bossing around the Dash dolls and all the diva drama that came with it.

Rob & Chyna – 2016

Kardashian fans got a real look inside the married life of Rob and Blac Chyna with this new series, which only lasted one season, not much shorter than their engagement.

Rob put a ring on it after only 10 weeks of dating (Picture: Getty Images)

Revenge Body with Khloé Kardashian – 2017

This spin-off series was something entirely new, as Khloe helped fans who had gained weight to get their ‘revenge bodies’.

The show featured fitness trainers, celebrity treatments, and a lot of emotions.

Life of Kylie – 2017

The youngest, and arguably most popular, sister finally got her own time to shine when Life of Kylie premiered in 2017, with eight episodes on the professional and personal life of Kylie.

This year, the Kardashian one-off specials continued with the 10th Anniversary special and their next Christmas episode: A Very Kardashian Holiday.

Flip It Like Disick – 2019

In a twist that no one was ready for, Scott Disick landed his own spin-off series all about flipping houses.

No one was quite ready for Scott to get his own show (Picture: Rex Features/KCR/Shutterstock)

E! True Hollywood Story: Who is Kim Kardashian West? – 2019

Kim Kardashian became Kim Kardashian West in a relationship that will go down in history as one of the wildest.

The documentary-style programme revealed a look into Kim’s life and career as a reality TV star, a wife and mother, and the businesswoman she prides herself on being.

With the long list of spin-offs, beauty empires, social media accounts and even books that came out of the Kardashian empire, we cannot wait to see what their new Disney+ series brings next.

The Kardashians is available to watch on Disney+ from today, with new episodes released weekly.