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Farnaz Farjam, creator and KUWTK executive producer of the legendary reality show, detailed the difficulties of dealing with the personalities, desires and anger of six of the most famous women in the world.

The creator of the successful Keeping Up with the Kardashians shared her experience about the long-standing North American reality show.

The TV industry is very independent, but with Keeping Up With The Kardashians it wasn’t like that, as the show kept getting chosen over and over again by people, which is why everyone had been working together for so long and had come back so good. The team also became family … Obviously, many people will work together again on other programs, but it was emotional

she commented on her heartfelt farewell in an interview with Infobae.

The executive producer shared several secrets that will undoubtedly give you a better idea of what it is like to record with the famous family that captivated us for 20 seasons.

Farjam has many moments of the shoot stuck in her mind, from the most emotional, the learning ones and even the funny ones, such as when Kim’s divorce from Kanye West was confirmed.

The season right after Kim got divorced, we wanted her to have fun again. So she did all those things where she wore crazy wigs and was playful and super cheerful

she commented.

She stressed that although each of the participants have taken their own path and career, there is a member who does not like to be in front of the camera.

Kylie is the one she likes the least, although she’s quite present during the final season, probably because it’s season 20 and the show ends. If you think about the last family trips, Kylie was not present, but she came to the latter and was definitely more present this season

she said.

The famous family also gave her some lessons:

I love working with them. It is not always easy, sometimes finding a day to see them is difficult as they travel a lot, in itself, it is a challenge. But they are all super professionals, very responsible, they communicate everything in a good way, respectful, so I like working with them. I worked in other shows where the challenge was not so professional and where I have had to get them out of bed, wake them up, do all those things that I never had to do with this family, since they are all super professional.

I think it’s so different because of how they interact with each other. And also how different each one is. It really is a family in which everyone has their own name, yet they still love each other and have the support of the other regardless of the circumstance. I think the difference is in how they approach their lives and what they are like when they are together. People see the show and want to be part of the family

she said.

Keeping Up with the Kardashians made its debut on E! NBC Universal’s Network in 2017 aired to 90 countries in 20 languages ​​and spawned multiple spinoff shows.

Over the years, the show chronicled the personal and professional lives of the Kardashian-Jenner clan, including Kim Kardashian’s marriage to rapper Kanye West, the split of sister Khloe Kardashian from basketball player Lamar Odom, and the transition from gender from patriarch Bruce Jenner to Caitlyn Jenner.

It also launched the fashion and beauty empires of Kim Kardashian and her half-sister, Kylie, Kendall Jenner’s modeling career, spin-off shows from Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian, and a social media presence, where Kim has 227 million followers on Instagram.

Photo by: Evans Vestal Ward/NBCUniversal/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images

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