The Real Reason Kim Kardashian Will Never Get Her Own ‘KUWTK’ Solo Spinoff

Keeping Up with the Kardashians is easily one of the most popular TV shows of our times. The show first premiered in 2007. The reality show that follows that Kardashian and Jenner family has gained an immense amount of popularity over the years.

As a result, many of the family members have received spinoffs of the favorite E! network show. Though none of the shows has been nearly as successful as Keeping Up with the Kardashians, many people still wonder why Kim Kardashian never received the opportunity to make a spinoff of her own.

A recent discussion amongst loyal fans of the longtime show claim they know why that is.  

Kim Kardashian’s love for the spotlight on ‘Keeping Up with the Kardashians’

Kim Kardashian speaks onstage
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From the start of the show, Kardashian has always been at the center of the action. Going back all the way to the first season of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, she was always the focal point of the drama.

From creating a controversy posing for Playboy to her role as the culprit behind accidentally leaking her sister Kourtney Kardashian’s nude photos,

Kardashian somehow always found a way to dominate the spotlight. A lot of the most acclaimed scenes and moments that have taken place on Keeping Up with the Kardashians revolve around this particular Kardashian sister.

Kim Kardashian loses her diamond earring in the ocean

Throughout the fifteen seasons of the series, Kardashian has provided the viewers with an insane amount of entertainment.

Some episodes are more memorable than others, but nothing compares to the season six episode when the Kardashian loses her earring in the ocean while visiting Bora Bora.

Many consider this moment to be one of the most epic scenes ever filmed on Keeping Up with the Kardashians. Relive the memory by watching this video.

The Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries’ storyline

In case it wasn’t evident in the clip, Kris Humphries was the one who actually threw Kardashian into the ocean prompting the infamous earing scene. At the time the two were dating and vacationing with all of Kardashian’s family.

For a short while, viewers had an up-close and personal account of Kardashian’s relationship with Humphries. In “The Proposal” viewers get to see Humphries dramatically propose to Kardashian.

At this point, the couple had only known each other for a couple of months and, unfortunately, it shows. Despite feelings of uncertainty, the couple does, in fact, get married. However, as fans already know, they also get divorced just 72 days later.

Viewers were able to revel in every detail of the bizarre situation that took up a decent amount of season six of Keeping Up with the Kardashians.

Kim Kardashian’s relationship and family with Kanye West

The Kardashian momentum kept growing with the start of her relationship with Kanye West. Kardashian’s new relationship naturally recruited more followers for both her and Keeping Up with the Kardashians.

Kim’s Journey to the Altar” was a special episode of Season 9 that gave the audience an inside view of the couple’s wedding day.

Kim Kardashian is robbed while in Paris

More recently in season 13, the viewers were able to intensely watch the details of the Kardashian’s robbery. While traveling for Paris Fashion Week Kardashian was robbed at gunpoint. The traumatizing event had fans on the edge of their seats as the scandal unfolded in the media and on the show. “Paris” and the events surrounding it are great examples of the public’s investment in Kardashian.

When it comes to Keeping Up with the Kardashians, it is hard to think of an episode or scene that doesn’t include Kardashian. Some people think this is the exact reason Kardashian never received a spinoff of her own show. Since she is the focal point of the show many people feel like Keeping Up with the Kardashians has unofficially become her own show.

It will be interesting to see if a spinoff involving solely Kardashian is ever produced down the line.