If you’ve not yet heard of Kocktails with Khloé, we’re going to go ahead and assume you live under a rock. In the midst of Kim’s baby boy Saint being born, Kourtney separating from her long-term boyfriend Scott Disick (with whom she has three kids), and Khloé’s estranged husband Lamar Odom being hospitalized for a drug overdose, the world is constantly on the edge of its seat wondering what the Kardashian family et al. will do next.
Despite the drama that seems to consistently put the Kardashians under a microscope, Khloé Kardashian refrains from letting it get the best of her. After coloring her hair, losing weight, and landing the racy, yet admirable cover of Complex Magazine, hosting a talk show is one of the only things Khloé hadn’t tackled. Now, she has decided to do just that.
The reality star’s television series Kocktails with Khloé premiered on January 20, 2016. As you might have guessed, the FYI series shows what happened out after you’ve had a few too many “kocktails,” and break out the drinking games. Despite the critics and their uncertainty, some have gone as far to say that this series has made her more famous than Kim.
“You just start spewing out the craziest stories, and that's what the talk show is based around,” Kardashian shared on social media. “It's based around one of the dinner parties I have at my house." According to People, Kardashian feels appreciative to have the ability to invite her fans into her home and give them a little piece of her life on a weekly basis.
A wide range of celebrities have been invited into Khloé’s kitchen, such as her half-sister Kendall Jenner, Snoop Dogg, Brandi Glanville, and Kym Whitley.
After reading a little about the new series, we have one thing to ask you: Would you want to have kocktails with Khloé Kardashian?