Where to watch Keeping Up with the Kardashians in Australia

Brodie Fogg 28 March 2017

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It's hard to keep up with just about any TV show Down Under, but we've got you covered when it comes to the Kardashians.

Those crazy Kardashians somehow manage to keep entertaining week after week simply by living their lavish lives and finding something to complain about. The show that's just about spawned a spin-off for everyone even remotely tied to the Kardashian clan has now filmed over 12 seasons and is showing no signs of stopping anytime soon.

The latest seasons get even crazier with the famously camera-shy megalomaniac Kanye West along for the ride.

While it's not hard to catch the latest episodes on free-to-air (Channel 9), you can also catch all 13 seasons and the latest episodes as they air on the reality TV streaming platform hayu.

hayu has a free 30-day trial, which gives you plenty of time to burn through 13 seasons and just as many bottles of red (if you manage nearly half a season a day).

30-day free trial with hayu

Binge over 3,000 episodes of reality TV, including Keeping up with the Kardashians, Made in Chelsea, and Real Housewives.

Keeping Up with the Kardashians is also available for download on iTunes, Google Play, PlayStation Store and Microsoft Film and TV.

When does Keeping Up with the Kardashians air in Australia?

Keeping Up with the Kardashians airs Mondays in the US on E! Entertainment. While episodes take a little while to reach Australia's free-to-air services, hayu gets episodes fast-tracked to Australia thanks to its affiliation with NBC Universal.

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