KUWTK producer reveals which Kardashian didnt like filming – New York Post
Have you been keeping up?
After a 15-year reign, “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” is coming to an end — and secrets are being spilled as we get one last glimpse of the family’s every last move.
Ahead of the series finale, longtime executive producer Farnaz Farjam revealed who thrived in the spotlight and who didn’t like filming the show.
“I would say Kylie [Jenner] likes to film the least, but she’s actually way more present in the final season — probably because it was Season 20, and it was coming to an end,” Farjam added.
“If you think about the last few family trips that we did, Kylie was missing — but she came for this one, and she was definitely way more present this season.”
According to IMDb, Khloé Kardashian appears in the most episodes with 238, barely beating Kim, who appears in 237. Out of the five sisters and momager Kris Jenner, Kylie comes in last, appearing in just 196 episodes.
Kourtney Kardashian has also slowly slipped away from the show. In 2019, she announced that she wanted to take a step back from “KUWTK” to focus on raising her three children.
“I just decided to spend more time as a mom and put more of my energy there. But I’m not saying goodbye,” she said in an interview with ET. “I always say I want to move away someday and just be away from it all. Sail away. No one will ever see me again.”
The now-42-year-old confessed: “I keep throwing up different places, but then I’ll go there to visit and I’ll be like, ‘Nope, this isn’t it, but glad I came.’ “
But Kim did not approve of her older sister’s comments. “Our job is about being open and honest and sharing a lot of ourselves and it just seems like, for the past few years now, Kourtney hasn’t really been open about her personal life on camera,” she said in a 2019 episode.
In a trailer for the “KUWTK” series finale, family matriarch Kris shares that the hardest part of ending the show is bidding adieu to the crew whom she considers family.
“Everybody in this room is my family,” she cried. “Telling the crew was the hardest thing I’ve ever done in my whole life.”