The KarJenner's new Hulu show will begin streaming on Monday, April 14. International viewers will be able to catch the show on Star or Disney Plus. Meanwhile, it sounds like something else may be brewing behind the scenes.
According to TMZ, the momager filed documents to trademark the name Kardashian Jenner Productions and is believed to become the president of the entertainment and pop culture production company.
The company will reportedly oversee projects on YouTube and social media platforms. There is also a possibility that Kris' children decide to launch their own media products under their mom's umbrella.
According to the logline, the new project will show fans the "truth behind the headlines." Viewers will get to see, "the intense pressures of running billion-dollar businesses to the hilarious joys of playtime and school drop-offs," as the new series promises to bring fans, "into the fold with a honest story of love & life in the spotlight," per Deadline.
An insider previously told OK! the famous family will be heavily involved with "marketing and getting buzz for the network, and getting paid a fortune for it."
The Kardashian Jenner Productions trademark and new show come after Keeping Up With the Kardashians ended last year following a 20-seasons run. The final episode of the reality show aired in June 2021.
As reported by OK!, Hulu is believed to have captured the moment Barker popped the question to the Poosh founder in October on a beach in Montecito, Calif. The intimate family dinner following the couple's milestone moment was also filmed.