Where to watch Kourtney and Kim Take New York online in Australia

Nostalgic for simpler times? Watch this reality classic.

Before Kim married Kanye and the Kardashians built an even bigger entertainment empire, Kim and Kourtney decided to take on New York by opening a Dash boutique. The two sisters successfully balanced their personal and professional lives in front of the camera, with the series following them at a crucial moment in their lives.

A Keeping Up with the Kardashians spin-off, Kourtney and Kim Take New York premiered back in 2011 and followed a pre-Kanye Kim and her marriage to basketball player Kris Humphries. As for Kourtney, Scott Disick is a big part of this show.

As a fun fact, the reality series features a meet-up between Kim and Kanye, who were soon to become a true power couple. On screen, when the sisters check out possible locations for their store, Kanye drops by and he and Kim immediately get their flirt on. They were friends before they started dating, but the scene really captures the clear chemistry between the two. You can watch them meet up in the very first episode of the series.

Stream Kourtney and Kim Take New York on hayu

Missed this juicy show? No worries. Hayu has you covered, with both seasons of the series available to stream. Here's what's on hayu:

  • Kourtney and Kim Take New York Season 1
  • Kourtney and Kim Take New York Season 2
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