Despite being happy for her family and their new show The Kardashians on Hulu, Caitlyn Jenner expressed her disappointment at not being part of the upcoming series.
In a series of tweets, she expressed her excitement for the family’s new show, followed by a tweet stating that it was “unfortunate” that she was excluded from the series.
Later, the star took to Twitter again to make it clear that there was no “bad blood” towards the Kardashians family. She said,
“Of course no bad blood. I love my family and am thrilled for the show continuing. But I was shocked to learn through the press that I was explicitly excluded from the new show.”
On Thursday, March 10, she voiced her support for The Kardashians – the streaming service’s upcoming reality series starring Kris Jenner, Kim Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian, Kendall Jenner, and Kylie Jenner.
Internet has mixed opinions over Caitlyn Jenner’s “no bad blood” tweet
The internet was divided over Caitlyn’s tweet and was quick to provide their responses. For some, it was all about her grabbing attention.
Some came out in support of the star, assuring her that better things lie ahead.
Caitlyn Jenner expresses her displeasure on being excluded from the series
According to a report by Variety, Caitlyn Jenner, who was featured on the family’s long-running hit E! reality show, Keeping Up With The Kardashians, will not be appearing on the family’s new reality series on Hulu called The Kardashians.
She took to Twitter to express her feelings regarding the same. She said,
“I was there when this started from day one. I watched it grow. And doing the show for almost 20 seasons was one of the highlights of my life. To be able to work with my family for all those years, connect with the fans, it was incredible. Happy that it continues for my family.”
The star was quick to also address her feelings on being excluded from the show. She continued,
“Of course at the same time it is unfortunate to not be given the opportunity to continue with the show. With that said, I cannot emphasize enough how happy I am for my family that it continues!”
Keeping Up With The Kardashians premiered in 2007, and the family announced the end of the show in September 2020. Just three months later, the family signed a multi-year deal to create global content that will stream exclusively on Hulu in the United States and in multiple international territories.
Keeping Up With The Kardashians concluded its 20 season run in June 2021. The two-part reunion hosted by Andy Cohen aired after the series finale.
Hulu released the official trailer for The Kardashians in February 2022. The series will pick up where the E! cameras left off, with Kim pursuing her dreams of becoming an attorney while running her business and taking care of her four kids at the same time. The series premieres April 14, 2022, with new episodes every Thursday.