This Kardashians producer explained why 'personal' scenes were cut from the show

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Photo credit: Alberto Rodriguez/E! Entertainment - Getty Images
Photo credit: Alberto Rodriguez/E! Entertainment - Getty Images

When the Kardashian's new show was first announced it was touted as the most in-depth Kardashian reality show yet, which is saying something. But despite the all-access concept, a producer for the show has recently revealed that certain "personal" scenes are cut during the editing process, thanks to one big reason.

After calling an end to their long-running E! show Keeping Up With The Kardashians the famous family quickly moved onto their newest project, The Kardashians on Hulu and Disney+. The show involves almost exactly the same concept, except it promised even more no holds barred access into the lives of the Kar-Jenners. So, this recent revelation about personal scenes being edited out of the show is a bit of a bombshell.

Earlier this week executive producer Daniella King explained that the Kardashian-Jenners are the "true executive producers" of the show, adding that some scenes are cut due to "personal boundaries"

"A lot of their participation in terms of being an executive producer comes in post-production. Obviously like any human being, they have boundaries so they can decide what stays in, what stays out of the show," she explained to US Weekly, adding, "But they also understand what the show is and so they share just about everything."

Elsewhere in the interview King spoke about the moment the Tristan Thompson scandal dropped, saying that they captured the moment for real because the cameras are "almost always" rolling.

"Well, for that particular moment, my crew was there. We were there to film something else early in the morning and the morning that news broke, we legitimately just happened to be there. We have that moment on camera," she revealed.

The Kardashians is available to watch now on Disney+.


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