Sky has unveiled an upcoming documentary series that will delve into the intricate dynamics of one of the world's most influential families, the Kardashian-Jenners. This compelling series is scheduled to premiere on Sky Documentaries and the NOW streaming service in the upcoming autumn season.
The Kardashian-Jenners stand as a family that uniquely encapsulates our era, eliciting both reverence and division. To some, they embody a lineage of formidable women who serve as inspirations to girls worldwide. For others, they represent reality television stars lacking talent and moral integrity, peddling an illusionary tale of superficial opulence.
Crafted by 72 Films, a Fremantle company, this three-part documentary series sets out to defy expectations and challenge prevailing perceptions of the Kardashians. It delves into their ascent to fame, their expansive influence, and the toll that accompanies their status as some of the most renowned women on the planet. Employing a dynamic and engaging narrative, along with exclusive archival footage and firsthand accounts from individuals within the Kardashian-Jenner inner circle – including Caitlyn Jenner – the series titled "House of Kardashian" urges viewers to reconsider the extent of the family's sway and impact across various dimensions of society beyond just the realm of popular culture.
"House of Kardashian" critically examines the version of the family that has been presented to the public and probes the polarized viewpoints that society harbours about this towering and powerful matriarchy that has left an indelible mark on the world.
The Kardashian-Jenners are renowned for meticulously controlling their narrative in the public eye, a narrative that has been extensively documented over the years through their numerous long-running reality TV series. By engaging in thought-provoking conversations with insiders from the Kardashian-Jenner sphere, the series ventures into the intricacies of family dynamics, scandals, contentious business dealings, and personal struggles. In the end, the series leaves audiences pondering the trajectory of their immense influence and the legacy they will eventually leave behind.