Season 13 of “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” Premieres March 5; Details On New Season

Kardashians Season 13 [E!]

E!’s flagship reality series “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” will soon return to the air.

A network press release confirms that the show will commence its thirteenth season on Sunday, March 5. The premiere will air at 9PM ET/PT.

In conjunction with the announcement, E! shared a teaser clip and plot details:

As Khloé begins a new romantic relationship, she contemplates mending her strained one with Caitlyn, who has been an important part of her life for more than two decades. After months of distance, Khloe wants to work through their issues in order to get to a better place. Meanwhile, Rob prepares for his most important role yet, and realizes that in order to be the best father to his daughter, he must have a closer connection with his family, even if that means taking responsibility for his own actions. In the wake of Kim’s terrifying robbery in Paris, the family bands together to support her proving they can persevere and overcome even the most traumatic and challenging circumstances.

While not the ratings monster it once was, “Keeping Up” continues to drawn an impressive audience. E! notes that the season 12 episodes averaged 2.5 million total viewers (1.5 million adults 18-49) on a live+3 basis. It fared particularly well with young women, and continued to be a force on social media.

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