Entertainment TV A Guide to All of the 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' Spin-Offs We may have said goodbye to Keeping Up with the Kardashians in June 2021, but look at all of the other series it spun-off over the years By Kate Hogan Updated on December 9, 2022 09:17 AM Share Tweet Pin Email Sure, you've kept up with the Kardashians for 20 seasons, but do you remember all the spin-offs the beloved E! series spawned? Some were more popular than others (sorry, Dash Dolls), but they all hold a special place in the pop culture stratosphere. Though Keeping Up with the Kardashians ended on June 10, 2021, after nearly 14 years on TV, let's look back on those limited series it gifted us, giving viewers an even deeper look into the lives of the family's famous members. Kourtney & Khloé Take Miami/Kourtney & Kim Take Miami The very first Kardashian spin-off premiered in 2009 and lasted three seasons. It followed Kourtney and Khloé, and later Kim, to Florida, where they opened and helped operate the new outpost of their DASH store. The series included many of the usual Kardashian fodder (relationships and job opportunities), store/employee drama and significant life moments like Kourtney discovering she was pregnant with Mason. The little guy would eventually appear on the show alongside dad Scott Disick. Kourtney & Kim Take New York The eldest sisters were at it again in the family's second spin-off, which, much like the Miami edition, saw them running their new DASH outpost in N.Y.C. from 2011 to 2012. While much of the show followed their day-to-day and Kourtney's ups and downs with Scott, season 2 focused on Kim's ultimately doomed relationship with Kris Humphries. Also making a cameo: Kim's future (now ex) husband, then-friend Kanye West. Khloé & Lamar Viewers got a close-up look at Khloé and then-husband Lamar Odom's whirlwind relationship on this two-season series, which ran from 2011 to 2012, two years after their nuptials. Episodes focused on lighter fare like Lamar's candy obsession, brother Rob Kardashian's hang-outs and heavier topics, including Lamar's strained relationship with his father and waning NBA career prospects. One year after the show left the air, Khloé filed for divorce. RELATED PHOTOS: See the Kardashian-Jenner Family Then & Now Kourtney & Khloé Take the Hamptons You guessed it: another DASH opening! In 2014, cameras followed the sisters to Long Island, N.Y., where they opened a pop-up in tony Southampton Village. Scott came along for the ride, too, but the series lasted only one season — just like the store. I Am Cait In a more serious turn for the family, Caitlyn Jenner helmed her own series after publicly sharing she was transitioning from male to female. I Am Cait, which ran for two seasons beginning in 2015, featured appearances from many of the Kardashian-Jenner kids, but also placed a solid focus on issues affecting the trans community, like high suicide rates, family relations, religion and politics. RELATED PHOTOS: The Most Memorable Moments from Each Season of Keeping Up with the Kardashians Dash Dolls Khloé's pals Malika and Khadijah Haqq led the charge on this one-season spin-off in 2015, which followed the lives and relationships of DASH West Hollywood employees (or "dolls") with a few cameos from Kourtney, Kim and Khloé. Rob & Chyna Somewhat press-shy Rob earned his own show with then-fiancée Blac Chyna in 2016 after the two announced they were expecting a child together. The one-season miniseries culminated in an hour-long special surrounding the birth of the now-estranged couple's daughter, Dream — and its cancellation led to Chyna's defamation lawsuit against the Kardashian-Jenner clan in 2022, as she believed the family influenced E! with the decision. Life of Kylie The final KUWTK spin-off, 2017's Life of Kylie, was about then-19-year-old Jenner, her friendship with then-BFF Jordyn Woods and her newly launched Kylie Cosmetics. Like many of the series before, however, it lasted just one season. The Kardashians You can't really call it a spin-off … or a comeback … because they weren't off the air all that long — or out of the news at all. After leaving E! in 2021, the Kardashians headed to Hulu in April 2022 with an eponymous series that focuses on the personal lives of the Kardashian-Jenner clan, with emphasis on the sisters and their mom, Kris Jenner.