As the Kardashians’ new show officially launched on Hulu with successful streaming numbers, Kris Jenner revealed Saturday the difference between her family’s old reality series and the new one available only on the streaming service.

The successful launch of "The Kardashians" on Hulu proved the unwavering popularity of the Kardashian-Jenner clan. The streamer has revealed that the show raked in record-breaking three-day numbers worldwide, Variety reported.

“‘The Kardashians’ is the most-watched series premiere on Hulu in the United States, and on Disney+ and Star+ among Star Originals, across all global markets to date,” a spokesperson for Hulu said.

Amid the news, the 66-year-old reality star said the format change was evident on their new show. According to Jenner, they had to format the series in a way that would continue to pique the interest of the viewers.

“We film quite differently now, and the look of the show is different; it’s more documentary-style,” Jenner exclusively told Stellar.

“It continues to cover the things that happen in our lives. We have people who have become emotionally invested in our lives. Everyone likes a different one of us, or follows a different one of us, and then together, they like us and gravitate towards us as a family. And I think we see it from a different lens, literally,” she added.

The Kardashian-Jenner matriarch also spoke about how she helped Kim navigate her divorce from Kanye West. She pointed out how their family’s togetherness was crucial in helping lift up the Skims founder during the difficult time. She also confirmed that fans would get to see this on the show.

“When any one of us is going through something big in our lives, it’s really important for us to understand they’re not always going to have a lot of other people who are going to understand the situation. So we try to be there for her and pay attention to what’s going on,” Jenner said.

Under the new Hulu deal, the reality family is obliged to create over 40 new episodes for the streaming service. Each season will feature ten episodes. The Kardashian-Jenner clan reportedly received a nine-figure payout to move their reality show to the new platform.

“Who would you want more for your unscripted slate than the Kardashians?” Dana Walden, an executive for Disney said, explaining the decision. “They perfectly symbolize our strategy, which is taking big shots, but the right shots, and betting on incredible talent and best-in-class opportunities in each genre.”

As the Kardashian family start their new show on Hulu, family matriarch Kris Jenner reveals some of the advice that she gave to Kim Kardashian as they navigate her divorce and the new show together. Rodin Eckenroth/Getty Images.

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