Even though things are always changing for the Kardashian family in ways they never expected, Kim, Kourtney, Khloe and the rest of the Kardashian/Jenner clan are determined to remember that family always comes first. Although the family members frequently are at odds, between siblings and their relationships, they always support one another in the end, regardless of how many controversies, and there are many. As the family's fame grows, they become more dependent on one another for support through all the highs and lows of being in the limelight.
Following a whirlwind romance, reality-TV personality Rob Kardashian and model Blac Chyna are engaged and have announced that they have a baby on the way. As is typical with a member of the Kardashian clan, the couple's courtship is now playing out in front of cameras for viewers to witness. As Rob continues on his mission to lose weight and return to good health, Chyna's pregnancy cravings make it hard for him to stay focused on his goal. With Rob awaiting the birth of his first child, sister Kourtney serves as a shoulder for him to lean on as she offers encouragement and words of wisdom for the father-to-be.
Kim, Kourtney and Khloé Kardashian are busy ladies and don't have time to run their upscale DASH boutiques all by themselves, so they have employees working at the stores to help them out. "Dash Dolls" focuses on two of the company's workers, Khloé's best friend Malika Haqq and her twin sister, Khadijah Haqq-McCray. The docuseries shows how the Haqq sisters balance the hectic lives that young women have in Hollywood -- including romances and parties -- with the stress and drama that come from representing the Kardashian brand. Although it is a glamorous job to be working for one of Hollywood's most famous families, the three sisters are often demanding bosses.
Reality-TV stars Kourtney and Khloé Kardashian continue to roll out their Dash clothing boutiques in U.S. cities. This series follows the sisters as they open a pop-up shop in the trendy Hamptons on eastern Long Island. Kourtney's sometimes beau, Scott Disick, joins them as they try to manage obstacles of starting a shop in the resort area. Although the business is at the heart of the series, no Kardashian show is complete without personal relationships and drama overtaking them.
NBA player Lamar Odom steps off of the hardwood and into the celebrity spotlight as he stars with wife and reality TV veteran Khloe Kardashian Odom in the not-so-creatively titled "Khloe and Lamar." The docu-series follows the couple as they try to balance their hectic schedules, families and, perhaps most importantly, their romantic one-on-one time together. The second season adds another challenge for the celebrity power couple -- adjusting to life in Texas in the aftermath of Lamar being traded from the Los Angeles Lakers to the Dallas Mavericks.
Everyone knows what it's like to feel alone, left out, different, or just not good enough. Welcome to "Revenge Body," the show that is going to turn lives around with the ultimate True and Total Makeover of the exterior and interior. By gaining confidence and control over their lives, maybe even for the first time, Khloé Kardashian and a team of Hollywood's best trainers and glam squads help two individuals per episode re-create themselves. The results are going to be a major transformation. It's all about showing the world -- all those people who doubted you, who rejected you -- what they're now missing. It's all about the Revenge Body. Because the best revenge is looking and feeling your best.
This docuseries shows how the young, rich kids spend time in the famous ZIP code 90210. Despite coming from great wealth, each 20-something wants to find his/her own place, career success, or entrepreneurial endeavor. Besides good times, the show highlights the subjects' experiences. Those featured include opinionated perfectionist Dorothy, who flaunts her luxury on social media; blogger Morgan, who has a relationship with a castmate; Brendan, who holds a lucrative position at a real estate firm; and singer-songwriter Jonny, who is called "an emotional roller coaster."
EJ Johnson's over-the-top personality has made him a breakout star on "Rich Kids of Beverly Hills," which in the reality-TV world means it's time for him to get his own series. That show is "EJ NYC." Set on the other side of the country, it features the son of legendary basketball player Magic Johnson enjoying the glitz and glamour of the Big Apple along with his "glamtourage," which includes EJ's sister, Elisa, with whom he recently decided to share living space with again after a couple years of living apart; LL Cool J's daughter, Samaria Smith; and real estate development heir Sanaz Panahi. Brimming with a newfound self-confidence after losing nearly 200 pounds, Johnson hopes to capitalize on his TV and social media fame to build a brand that is befitting of his family's legacy. In addition to his flourishing career, EJ checks out some new romantic prospects in his personal life.
In addition to twin sisters Nikki and Brie Bella being two of the most popular divas in recent WWE history, they are romantically involved with two former WWE champions on the men's side, John Cena and Daniel Bryan, respectively. That quartet is at the forefront of this show, which provides a look at their lives away from the bright lights and big stage of the world-famous arenas where they compete. Entering new chapters in their lives, both personally and professionally, the stars move in together as they deal with injuries, Daniel and Brie's retirements and John's burgeoning career in Hollywood.
Fans get an up-close look at the steamy relationship of married red-hot couple singer Jessie James Decker and NFL wide receiver Eric Decker, along with their growing family. Jessie is busy juggling her music career and expanding businesses, while Eric tackles the fast-paced, demanding life of a professional football player. The Deckers adapt to every new journey and major milestone in life together, from marriage, children, moving teams, and planting new roots wherever they go. With these constant changes, their commitment to family, fun and one another always prevails.