KIM Kardashian has the potential to make her family’s Hulu show a lot more entertaining according to fans.
Viewers have been slamming the series for heavily featuring the family’s own products and businesses.
But avid fans of The Kardashians on social media recently discussed what they would enjoy seeing more of.
One viewer shared an example of a recent clip in which Kim, 42, explained her coping strategy for her busy lifestyle as a mom and an entrepreneur.
“The show would be 10x more entertaining if they talked about random s**t like this for 42 mins,” wrote the poster.
In the clip, Kim revealed: “You know the best way to describe how I handle life? I’m like Tom Cruise in Minority Report.”
She explained: “My life are [sic] like these slides, and any time it’s not in front of me and I have don’t have to deal with it, I slide it away.”
Slides appeared on the screen to illustrate how Kim handles the different situations in her life, including her mom’s surgery, her four children, and her sister Khloe Kardashian’s drama.
“I can totally focus just on one thing and not let the next thing or the last thing really effect what I’m doing right now.”
She concluded: “I know that’s really crazy and rare, but that’s just how I get through life.”
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The insight into Kim’s psychology comes in contrast to recent scenes that viewers have complained about.
‘ONE BIG AD’
Season two has frequently seen Kim and her sisters promoting their own brands.
Last week’s episode saw the Skims’ boss hit Miami for the launch party of her new swimwear line.
The scenes gave Kim plenty of opportunities to feature the company logo and show off the products.
Similarly, sister Kendall Jenner plugged her drinks brand 818 Tequila with a party in Las Vegas.
Khloe even blatantly pointed out that she was wearing her own brand Good American, as well as Skims and Kim’s ex Kanye West’s brand Yeezy in a scene from last week’s episode.
On TikTok, one fan complained: “Kardashians is just a chore to watch lately.
“It’s just constant ads and product placement.”
Another agreed: “The entire episode felt like one big ad.”
“There’s no reference to what is really going on in their lives – it’s just ads,” moaned a third.
Many fans have agreed that they preferred the predecessor to the Hulu show, Keeping Up with the Kardashians, which aired on E! from 2007 to 2021.
New episodes of The Kardashians drop at midnight EST every Thursday on Hulu, while a third season is seemingly in the works.