Kourtney Kardashian had a few picks for the Hulu producers curating her family’s new reality show, “The Kardashians.”
The eldest Kardashian sister, 43, ripped into the show’s editors in a confession to the episode of Wednesay after watching some of the episodes aired in recent weeks.
“We’ve been watching the edits and we’re so annoyed,” Kourtney said angrily to her friend Steph Shepherd. “Editors or anyone else say, ‘Let’s take Kourtney, she’s the chosen one to be the drama.'”
Unhappy with the storyline in which the show is set, the mother of three begged the streaming service executives to show her “fairytale love story” with Travis Barker instead of the drama surrounding her ex Scott Disick.
On this week’s episode of the show, Kardashian told Shepherd about “the best time ever” about her engagement to Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker.
And while it’s cause for celebration, Kardashian claims the show’s producers teased her by focusing on the drama with Disick instead.
On last week’s episode, fans learned that Disick and the couple’s three children had not been invited to the party after getting engaged to the rest of the family.
In a confession from this week’s episode, Kardashian opened up the show’s filming and editing process.
“During the filming of our show, we are all executive producers, so we get to see parts of the show and take notes on episodes and make sure our stories are told,” she said.
“I’m in one of the best places I’ve been in my life and it’s time for our show to catch up.”
Kardashian — who tied the knot with Barker in a fairytale Italian wedding last month — also ranted about the producers’ decision to include Disick’s response that they were turned down for the post-engagement party.
“That night I wasn’t like, ‘God, everyone’s so spoiled for bringing this up,’ because it wasn’t part of the night. It was like two seconds into the night,” she explained.
“I didn’t even remember until I saw the episode of the episode. I wish they would take that out, put it in the next episode and give us our respect. Let’s have our moment.”
“The Kardashians” premiered on Hulu in April following a highly anticipated return to TV after the famous family split with E! Online, which aired their popular show ‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians’.
Season 1 of their new show consists of 10 episodes, the last of which will air next week.
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