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Keeping Up with the Kardashians season 18 part 2: Everything you need to know

Posted: 2 September 2020 12:29 pm
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Keeping Up with the Kardashians season 18

Keeping up with the Kardashians is heading back to TV for part 2 of season 18 after being put on hold because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Missed your regular Kardashian fix? Worry no more. The family is back this September with brand new episodes of season 18. The season initially debuted back in March, but it was put on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, fans will be able to see how the clan handled lockdown. If the trailer for the series is any indication, the struggle was real.

Yet, not even a pandemic can stop the Kardashians from doing their thing, so you might want to gear up for a healthy dose of fresh drama. The best part? New episodes will be available in Australia on the same day as the US, so you don't need to stress over spoilers. Here's everything you need to know before tuning in.

When is Keeping up with the Kardashians season 18 part 2 debuting?

Joining a stacked month of streaming Down Under, a new episode of Keeping up with the Kardashians season 18 will debut in Australia on 18 September, the same day as the US. After that, episodes will become available weekly.

How can I watch KUWTK season 18 part 2?

In Australia, you can keep up with the famous family with hayu, Foxtel, Foxtel Now or BINGE. As previously mentioned, episodes will become available weekly starting 18 September.

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If you need even more reality TV in your life, new episodes of Keeping up with the Kardashians will drop weekly. Of those broadcasters listed hayu has the longest free trial with a 30-day offer for new customers. However, both BINGE (14-day trial) and Foxtel Now offer free trials too.

Are you thinking of tuning in for the first time? Then you have some catching up to do. We have a where to watch Keeping up with the Kardashians guide to help you out as even Prime Video and Netflix have some KUWTK.

KUWTK season 18 part 2 preview

Judging by the teaser, these upcoming episodes of Keeping Up with the Kardashians will be intense. Because of the lockdown, we'll see plenty of Zoom calls and clips filmed on smartphones (celebrities are just like us!). There's still plenty of drama to deal with, especially since someone "close to home" is diagnosed with the new virus.

The trailer shows the family travelling to Paris for Kanye West's fashion show, but they are forced to flee back home to the US when travel restrictions over COVID-19 come into place. That being said, it's unlikely we'll see a lot of Kanye this season. Kim asked for privacy earlier this year after she spoke out about his struggles with bipolar disorder.

Upcoming episodes will include the return of Rob Kardashian, years after he stopped appearing as a regular cast member. At the same time, Kourtney still seems to be filming alongside her family, despite previously announcing she's quitting the series and coming to blows with Kim in the season 18 premiere.

And if you want to see matriarch Kris break down in a fancy closet, you'll want to clear your schedule accordingly. America's favourite reality family is back. We can guarantee there will be plenty of surprises to keep you glued to the screen.

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