As for season two, King said it will be here sooner than you might think, insisting “you won’t have to wait another year” and that the goal is to finish shooting by the end of June.
Matriarch Kris Jenner—who also acts as an executive producer on The Kardashians—says the freedom of being on Hulu has been a boon for the show and its fans.
“The beautiful thing of a streaming network is that we can wrap these episodes and get it to the viewers as soon as possible,” Jenner said on the podcast. “They feel like they’re following along and not trying to catch up with something that happened six or eight months ago.”
As for whether or not Pete Davidson—whose voice made an appearance on the first season finale—will appear in the flesh in season two, King said that’s entirely up to him.
“Kim never tried to persuade Pete,” she said. “It’s always up to the significant other. If they want to join in on the fun, more power to them. We’re happy to cover that. Pete is a high-profile person. Kim has said before, ‘When the cameras are rolling for him, it’s performance time; When the cameras are rolling for this family, it’s time to get real.’ It’s a different muscle.”