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Seems, community executives weren’t solely bought on the present both!

Yesterday, we realized that Retaining Up with the Kardashians will finish after 14 years on the air.

It seems, Ryan Seacrest actually believed within the household’s actuality TV potential, as a result of the method of getting the present on the air wasn’t as easy crusing as you may assume.


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On in the present day’s episode of Dwell with Kelly and Ryan, the host and producer reacted to the information and talked about how the present began.


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“[Kris Jenner] was trying to do a present with the household,” stated Ryan. “We met and I bear in mind they have been going to do a barbecue at their home. She stated, ‘Why don’t you ship a digicam up and shoot this barbecue?’”


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Kris Jenner, expertly advertising her progeny since 2006.

One fairly rapid downside: Ryan and his group didn’t have tools to movie with. “We [didn’t] personal a digicam,” he stated. “So we needed to go get a digicam from Greatest Purchase.”


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Yep, that is proper. The world’s greatest actuality TV present was pitched utilizing footage from no matter digicam a Greatest Purchase in California had obtainable 14 and a half years in the past.

The subsequent roadblock got here from E!, though the seven minutes of barbecue footage had “the entire substances to make an amazing present,” in line with Ryan. Community executives did not assume seven minutes was sufficient to fee a complete present.


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Think about dwelling in a world the place we by no means obtained to see Kim cry over her (momentarily) misplaced diamond earring within the ocean.

Not one to be deterred, Ryan obtained on the telephone with the top of E! on the time, talked him into green-lighting the present, and obtained it on the air mere weeks later.


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“Thanks to the Kardashians, who modified leisure perpetually, I feel,” stated Ryan, as he shared a pic of himself and the well-known household from again within the day.


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