A new trailer for the Kardashians' upcoming reality series just dropped, and the premiere date can't come soon enough.
In the newly-released teaser for the Hulu series, The Kardashians, the famous family — who captivated the world of reality TV for years with their celebrated show Keeping Up With the Kardashians — is seen back in front of the cameras for the brand new series.
The drama definitely isn't scarce in the new trailer, which teases all the bombshell moments from Kourtney Kardashian's engagement to Travis Barker to Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's ongoing divorce feud.
Here's what we know about the highly-anticipated reality show after the release of the new official trailer:
"I think it's time to see a whole new side of the family," Kendall Jenner is heard saying at the beginning of the dramatic new clip, which comes months after the Kardashian-Jenner crew famously stopped their reality show on E!.
"We've had so much time off we've kind of gone into our own worlds. I'm excited for this new chapter," Kim tells the camera. "I've been in this game long enough to know that you just have to be yourself."
The clip then teases coverage of Kylie Jenner's highly-publicized pregnancy, which was much different than when she secretly carried her first born, Stormi, and kept all of the details under wraps. (The Kylie Cosmetics founder welcomed her second child, son Wolf, with Travis Scott in early February.)
The new series also appears to touch on Khloé Kardashian's baby daddy drama with Tristan Thompson, who recently got caught up in another cheating scandal after he fathered a child with Maralee Nichols while he was believed to still be dating the reality star.
"Tristan and I are complicated," Khloé — who shares daughter True, 3, with the NBA star — is heard saying in the clip. "Trust takes time."
Kourtney's over-the-top romantic engagement to Travis is also expected to be shown — but it will most likely be the lovebirds' talk of expanding their family that'll drive fans into a frenzy.
"Travis and I want to have a baby," the mom-of-three says while clips of the pair visiting doctors are shown.
Of course, the public is still dying to know about Kim's new relationship with Saturday Night Live vet Pete Davidson, which momager Kris Jenner describes as the "relationship that I don't think anybody saw coming," in the new preview.
The new show will also seemingly be covering Kim's ongoing fallout with Kanye, from whom she was recently declared legally single by the judge in their divorce case.
"It is really hard with Kanye," Kim says of the father of her children, while revealing, "He told me my career's over."
"Why are we always making excuses for the people that traumatize us?" Khloé tearfully asks her family in the clip, while Kim is seen on the phone in a different clip saying, "We have all the time and all of the resources to burn them all to the f**king ground."
"Never go against the family," Khloé is heard saying, which Kris then reiterates as the trailer comes to an end.
The new series will premiere on Hulu on April 14.