Proof The Kardashians Season 5 Is Coming Sooner Than You Think

Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian are returning to your TV screens sooner than you think. Hulu revealed new details about The Kardashians season five premiere date.

By Leah Degrazia Feb 10, 2024 12:01 AMTags
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The Kardashian gang are getting back together a lot sooner than you think. 

In fact, Hulu revealed that the reality stars' Kardashians series will be returning to the streaming platform for its fifth season in the spring 2024, though it has yet to announce the specific premiere date.

The show will feature all five of the Kardashian Jenner sisters—Kourtney Kardashian, Kim Kardashian, Khloé Kardashian, Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner—who will also serve as executive producers alongside momager Kris Jenner, according to a Feb. 9 press release.  

And in case you haven't been keeping up, the season four finale, which aired Nov. 30, went out with quite the bang. Kim entered her acting era as a star on American Horror Story: Delicate, and Kourtney tried to convince her family to go to therapy to deal with some "generational trauma." Ultimately, Kris came around and was receptive to the idea.

"I know that people in my family would benefit from therapy," Kourtney concluded, "but I'm letting go of trying to change other people and just accepting everyone for who they are."

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And while we're sure to get some juicy new developments from all the sisters in season five, fans are most excited to see Kourtney's pregnancy play out on screen, after getting an inside glimpse at her June sex reveal party in season four.

Kourtney—who went on to welcome baby Rocky Barker, now 3 months, with husband Travis Barker back in November—has been candid about prioritizing her blended family with the Blink-182 rocker over the Kardashian-Jenner clan, even telling Kim last season that she doesn't "need you guys anymore."


In fact, the Poosh founder has made some serious changes to her work-life balance over the past few years.

"We had to realize that not everyone is going to have that thing that kick-starts every morning at 5 a.m. and runs until you fall down at the end of the day," Kris told Bustle in March 2022. "And that's me, that's Khloé, that's Kim, that's Kylie, that's Kendall. And I think maybe we just expected to drag Kourtney right there along with us, whether she liked it or not, kicking and screaming."

The matriarch added, "And she just had to say, ‘Look, I want to set some boundaries. I have one life and I'd like to live it the way I want to live it.'"

Keep reading to see what are shows are returning in 2024—and which ones have been canceled. 

Renewed: For All Mankind

Apple TV+ announced that its hit, award-winning space drama series For All Mankind has landed a renewal for season five. 

Canceled: The Talk

The long-running daytime talk show will end in December after 15 seasons, CBS announced in April.

Renewed: 9-1-1

The drama will be back for season eight on ABC.

Renewed: Karamo

The Queer Eye star's eponymous talk show will be back for season three.

Renewed: Chicago Fire

The One Chicago series will be back for season 13.

Renewed: Chicago P.D

The One Chicago series will be back for season 12.

Renewed: Chicago Med

The One Chicago series will be back for season 10.

Renewed: Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

NBC's hit crime drama will be back for a historic 26th season.

Renewed: Law & Order

NBC's long-running drama has been renewed for season 24.

Ending: Bupkis

Pete Davidson announced in March that he will not do a second season of semi-autobiographical Peacock series.

“I’ve always seen Bupkis as a window into my life, since it is so personal and about my struggles and family," he told The Hollywood Reporter. "After nearly a decade of my personal life being in the media I wanted a chance to tell my story my way. Of all the work I’ve ever done, Bupkis is by far what I’m most proud of."

Renewed: The Young and the Restless

CBS has renewed the iconic soap for an additional four years through the 2027-2028 television season. The renewal will bring the show through its 55th season.

Renewed: True Detective

HBO's anthology thriller will be back for season five with Night Country creator Issa López returning as showrunner, according to The Wrap.

Renewed: Queens Court

Peacock's reality competition series returns this summer with three new celebrity queens who embark on a journey of a lifetime to find their king by dating 22 confident, successful men. Guided by Hollywood “couple goals” hosts, Holly Robinson Peete and Rodney Peete, the queens must let go of past heartbreak, embrace new connections, and find a man worthy of sharing their throne!

Renewed: Celebrity Family Feud

The star-studded Family Feud spinoff will be back for season 11.

Renewed: Jeopardy! Masters

The game show spinoff, which pits Jeopardy! champions against each other, has been renewed for season two.

Renewed: The Bachelorette

The ABC dating reality show will be back for season 21 in summer 2024.

Renewed: Abbott Elementary

ABC has renewed the comedy series for season four.

Renewed: The Kardashians

Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian are returning to your TV screens—Hulu revealed in February that The Kardashians season five will premiere in spring 2024.

Renewed: On the Roam

On the Roam, Max's cinematic docuseries following Jason Momoa as he travels the country chasing art, adventure and friendship, will be back for season two.

Renewed: The Traitors

Peacock's wildly successful celebrity competition series will be back for a third season starring a new batch of your favorite reality TV personalities.

Renewed: Hijack

Apple TV+ announced season two for hit, high-octane thriller Hijack, starring and executive produced by Idris Elba.

Canceled: The Flight Attendant

The Max thriller won't be taking off for season three.

"What started out as an attention-grabbing book cover quickly evolved into an extraordinary flight of a lifetime," star Kaley Cuoco announced Jan. 19. "I always envisioned TFA as a limited series and thanks to an incredible creative team, we were able to deliver two thrilling seasons."

Canceled: Schmigadoon!

The AppleTV+ musical comedy has been cancelled after two seasons.

“I am sad to share that Apple will not be moving forward with Season 3 of Schmigadoon!” co-creator Cinco Paul announced on Instagram. “The season is written (including 25 new songs) but we unfortunately won’t be making it. Such is life. I want to thank everyone involved with the show, our incredible cast and crew and writers, our wonderful supporters at Broadway Video, Universal and Apple, for everything they did to make it happen. It’s a miracle we even got two seasons, honestly, and I’m so grateful we did.”

Renewed: House of Villains

E!'s hit reality compeition series starring you favorite reality TV badies will be back for season two.

Ending: Curb Your Enthusiasm

Larry David's Emmy-winning comedy returns for its 12th and final season Feb. 4.

Ending: Blue Bloods

After 14 seasons, the cop drama starring Tom Selleck, Bridget Moynahan and Donnie Wahlberg is ending on CBS in 2024.

Renewed: Love Island

The Peacock reality competition series has been renewed for seasons six and seven.

Ending: Young Sheldon

CBS' The Big Bang Theory prequel will end after its upcoming 7th season.The series finale will air May 16.

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