The Kardashians, the family at the center of E!'s most-watched series, reveal all the special moments and events in Los Angeles and Europe leading up to Kim's walk down the aisle and a personal look at the journey to the altar from the newlyweds themselves.
The first episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians aired in 2007, which means, yes, next year will mark one decade of America’s complicated tango with the Kardashian brood. No matter what one’s opinion on the family and their effect on our culture may be, it is near impossible to argue that their continued relevance, 10 years later, is anything other than awe-inspiring and remarkable. It’s hard to think of any pop-cultural force that has maintained a hold on the public fascination as wholly and pervasively for this sustained period of time as Kim, Kourtney, Khloé, Kylie, Kendall, Rob, Kris, and Caitlyn (and their various romantic partners, children, and hangers-on) have...While, back in 2007, the show was meant to convince us that these normal humans should be huge celebrities; now, in 2016, it’s about reminding us that these huge celebrities are still normal humans.--Josh Duboff, Vanity Fair, May 1, 2016
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