‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians’ (Oct. 11): Scott’s Behavior Spirals Out of Control

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‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians’ (Oct. 11): Scott’s Behavior Spirals Out of Control

“The Last Straw” Season 10 Finale (10/11/15) – In the season finale, Kourtney tries to keep it together as Scott’s behavior spirals out of control, but when he’s photographed in France with another woman, Kourtney is not sure how much more she can take.

Khloé decides the only way to salvage her relationship with Caitlyn is to meet face to face, and Kris finally considers giving Corey “boyfriend” status.

In the new season of E!’s most-watched series, “Keeping Up with the Kardashians,” bonds are tested as the family navigates changing relationships, now that Kris and Bruce have finalized their divorce. The family confronts the challenges of adjusting to their new structure head-on, hoping to forge even stronger connections as they move forward together. “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” returns in its tenth season beginning Sunday, March 15th at 9pm ET/PT, followed by the debut of the network’s first original scripted series, “The Royals” at 10pm ET/PT.

At the start of the season, Kris and Bruce begin to learn what it means to live outside of a longstanding marriage, and how it affects the family as a whole. Wanting to protect their mother from heartache, the girls in the family encircle Kris with love and encourage her to have some fun of her own. Kim finds out conceiving a second child is harder than she thought it would be.

Never the types to shy away from whatever comes their way in life, and the family has no problem taking charge. Kylie is eager to get her vibrant mother back on the dating scene, and decides to enlist Scott as her co-matchmaker. However, Kris finds her kids aren’t as supportive when she finds comfort with a much younger man. Plus Kris accompanies Kendall to Paris before Fashion Week and Rob continues to face struggles in his personal life.

Friction between Kim and Kris living in close quarters reaches an all-time high, with Kris taking it upon herself to have Kim’s things packed and moved – without her knowledge or consent. However, the conflict isn’t limited to mothers and daughters. Kourtney and Kim go toe-to-toe when Kourtney is upset about business decisions involving her image in Kim’s video game. Khloé picks up the slack when Kourtney and Kim have to juggle participating in the DASH team building weekend and their personal responsibilities at home.

Later this season, the family is ready to let loose and spend some quality time during their annual family vacation and head to a winter wonderland for some fun in the snow and ski time. Khloé and Malika also take off on a wild, girls only road trip to get away from it all.

“Keeping Up with the Kardashians” remains one of the biggest must-see shows on TV, with season nine delivering nearly 2.2 million adults 18-49 and 3.3 million total viewers. It finished as cable TV’s #1 original reality series in its Sunday 9-10pm timeslot across key demos, including adults and women 18-34 and adults and women 18-49. Last season, the show ranked as the #1 most-social ad-supported cable program in its time slot and was the #1 ad-supported cable reality program with 43,500 tweets per episode.

“Keeping Up with the Kardashians” is produced by Ryan Seacrest Productions and Bunim/Murray Productions. Ryan Seacrest serves as the Executive Producer at Ryan Seacrest Productions. Jonathan Murray, Gil Goldschein, Jeff Jenkins and Farnaz Farjam serve as Executive Producers at Bunim/Murray. Kris Jenner also serves as an Executive Producer.

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Source: Nielsen Media Research // 10/30/17 - 11/05/17
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