Kim Kardashian Loves to Watch This True-Crime Show Before Bed, Says Kanye West

Kim Kardashian West and her husband Kanye West may be millionaires, but their bedtime routine is surprisingly low-key. The rapper, 42, dished on what life is really like for him and his reality TV star wife during an October 28 appearance on The Late Late Show with James Corden. It turns out, the couple’s evening routine is surprisingly relatable.

The ‘KUWTK’ star likes to watch this true-crime show  

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West in New York City
Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West | Gotham/GC Images

Kim and Kanye have four kids — North, 6, Saint, 3, Chicago, 21 months, and Psalm, 5 months. Unsurprisingly, they’re more focused on quality family time than hitting red carpet events. 

“I don’t like going out at nighttime,” West said during a special “Airpool Karaoke” segment on Corden’s show. “I like being at home with my family at night as much as possible. We’ll eat dinner and we’ll play with the kids, and then we’ll put the kids to bed and then we go to bed.” 

Once the kids are down for the night, the KKW Beauty founder and current law student relaxes by indulging in her true-crime addiction. 

“And then my wife watches Dateline,” West said of the couple’s nighttime routine, referring to the long-running NBC show.

So, what’s West doing while his wife is getting her fill of murder and mayhem? “I read the Bible,” he explained. 

Kim K is getting her own true-crime show

This isn’t the first time we’re hearing about Kardashian West’s love of true crime. Last year, she tweeted about listening to the popular Serial podcast, which focuses on the case of Adnan Syed, who was convicted of murdering his ex-girlfriend Hae Min Lee. West has also talked about his “bedtime true-crime story meetings” with his wife, where he shares ideas with her while she watches her shows. 

Kardashian West is taking her fascination with true-crime to the next level with Kim Kardashian: The Justice Project, an upcoming 2-hour special from Oxygen. She is one of the executive producers on the show. Spinning off of her successful efforts to get clemency for Alice Marie Johnson, the documentary “will capture Kardashian’s efforts to secure freedom for Americans who she believes have been wronged by the justice system,” according to the network. 

Her sister also has her own true-crime series  

A fascination with true crime seems to run in the Kardashian family. Kim’s sister Khloé Kardashian also has her own show on Investigation Discovery. Twisted Sisters tells “haunting tales of betrayal, desire, and, shockingly, comradery, when some of these kindred spirits become killers who work together to commit a crime,” according to the network. The second season of the show just wrapped up, and Kardashian is also producing a spinoff titled Twisted Love. That six-part series will focus on toxic relationships and love gone wrong. 

“Relationships can be complicated, and these never-before-seen stories show just how dangerous it can be when love turns lethal,” Kardashian said of the new series, which should premiere in 2020.

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