Thirteen years after Keeping Up with the Kardashians shrieked onto our screens (and made the family a surefire staple on all our social media), the first two seasons of the reality TV show are now available to watch on Netflix.
While we can keep up with Kourtney, Kim and Khloe’s goings-on via their Instagram accounts, the first two series of KUWTK shows the sisters in a simpler light long before they were all social media superstars.
The brainchild of momager Kris Jenner and Ryan Seacrest, who wanted to recreate the success of The Osbournes, Keeping Up With the Kardashians was initially panned by critics for lacking substance and peddling people who were famous for fame’s sake. However, the hijinks of the Hollywood Brady Bunch proved popular amongst audiences, with the show now on its 18th series.
Here’s a look at how the family has changed since they became international