“Kourtney and Khloe Take Miami” Returns Sunday June 13 at 10p on E!
E! RETURNS TO THE ALLURING SANDS OF SOUTH BEACH WHEN THE SECOND SEASON OF “KOURTNEY AND KHLOE TAKE MIAMI” PREMIERES SUNDAY, JUNE 13 AT 10:00PM ET/PT
Kourtney and Khloe are Joined by Scott and Baby Mason For New Adventures in Miami
New Series “Holly’s World” Follows Immediately After
at 10:30pm ET/PT only on E!
Los Angeles, May 19, 2010 – The past year has proven that life as a Kardashian is never boring! Last year, Kourtney and Khloe moved to Miami as two newly single women ready to take South Beach by storm – working at their second DASH boutique by day and living it up on the social scene by night. In addition, Khloe struck out on her own by hosting a bold, late-night radio show, “Khloe After Dark” on Miami’s Y100. Fast forward just 12 short months later, and Khloe has added “Mrs. Odom” to her name after marrying Los Angeles Lakers star Lamar Odom, while Kourtney is the mother of an adorable little boy named Mason. With a new baby to look after, new Miami DASH Dolls to manage, and new tensions between Khloe, Kourtney and Scott, this season promises to be filled with laughter, love and a whole lotta drama during the hot days and balmy nights in The Magic City. Produced by Ryan Seacrest Productions and Bunim-Murray Productions, the team behind E!’s hit series “Keeping Up With The Kardashians,” the second season of “Kourtney and Khloe Take Miami” premieres on Sunday, June 13 at 10pm ET/PT only on E!
In the premiere episode, business partners Kourtney and Khloe return to Miami to revamp their DASH boutique. But their normally amicable relationship turns contentious almost immediately. Kourtney is determined to whip DASH back into shape pronto, but Khloe is struggling with being away from Lamar and according to Kourtney, can’t seem to focus on getting the store back up to her high standards. In the midst of a sexy body painting photo shoot for an ad to promote the store, Kourtney blows up at Khloe and questions whether her newlywed sister should even be in Miami.
This season brings added tensions between the sisters when Kourtney’s beau Scott, joins the ladies in Miami. Though the Kardashian clan as a whole haven’t been card-carrying members of his fan club, Scott forges ahead, determined to be a good father to Mason, a better boyfriend to Kourtney, and a successful businessman in the club scene in Miami. Scott takes on a new position as the VIP Nightlife and Marketing Director at MIA at Biscayne, and struggles with balancing his priorities between spending time with his family and working demanding, late nights at the club. During one of the down periods in the new parents’ relationship, Scott’s temper results in a shockingly violent, alcohol-fueled incident that pushes a distraught Kourtney to finally take action. And as if that weren’t enough to make things in Miami a bit uncomfortable, when Khloe accuses Scott of being a sociopath, she finds herself on the wrong side of Kourtney’s legendary temper.
Khloe easily picks up right where she left off when she relaunches “Khloe After Dark,” using her outspoken personality to coax the juiciest tidbits from celebs like matchmaker Patti Stanger, television host Brooke Burke, and Britney Spears’ ex, Kevin Federline, among others. A newly married woman, Khloe is determined to divide her time between Miami, and traveling with Lamar when he’s on the road. While Khloe spends time with her new husband, sister Kim jets down to Miami to help Kourtney out with Mason and DASH. While there are plenty of laughs when she and Kourtney spend time together, there are also tender moments. Kim finally feels comfortable enough to open up for the first time about the painful break-up of her relationship.
Throughout the eight episodes, Kourtney and Khloe work hard to juggle their bustling business, incredibly busy personal lives and their sometimes petulant relationships. Luckily they have three new, young DASH Dolls – Jessica, Katy and Jacqui – who join the ladies to help restore the boutique to its former glory. In addition to working at the store, Jessica tends bar at some of the trendiest spots in Miami. She’s got a keen eye for business and hopes to have her own one day. Katy, a party girl from Texas, is having fun in Miami and is excited to show off her new breast augmentation to nearly anyone willing to take a look. And then there’s Jacqui, fierce and rambunctious, who has no need for phony niceties and doesn’t care who she offends.
“Kourtney and Khloe Take Miami” is produced by Ryan Seacrest Productions and Bunim-Murray Productions. Ryan Seacrest serves as Executive Producer for Ryan Seacrest Productions and Jon Murray, Jeff Jenkins, Farnaz Farjam and Gil Goldschein serve as Executive Producers for Bunim-Murray Productions.
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About Ryan Seacrest Productions
Ryan Seacrest Productions is a leading television production company. RSP has dozens of pilots and shows in development, as well as several successful programs currently on air. “Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution” with famed British chef, Jamie Oliver, recently debuted on ABC. The show centers around Oliver’s journey as he embraces one of America’s unhealthiest cities to give its residents good-food makeovers using local resources. RSP also recently aired the fourth season of their hit series “Keeping Up with the Kardashians,” which is the highest-rated show on the E! network. The series follows the lives of the outrageous blended Kardashian family. RSP’s “Kourtney and Khloe Take Miami” debuted on E! in August 2009 and follows sisters, Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian as they move to Miami to seek a fresh start. This show also boasts some of the network’s highest ratings.
About Bunim-Murray Productions
Bunim-Murray Productions is the leading producer of innovative entertainment content. The company is widely credited with creating the reality television genre with its hit series The Real World (now in pre-production on 25th season on MTV). BMP continued to innovate with the first reality game show, Road Rules, in 1995, the first reality sitcom, The Simple Life, in 2003, and the first reality soap opera, Starting Over, in 2003. Bunim-Murray’s current programming includes The Bad Girls Club and Love Games: Bad Girls Need Love Too (Oxygen), Keeping up with the Kardashians and Kourtney and Khloe Take Miami (E!), The Real World/Road Rules Challenge (20th season on MTV), and Project Runway and the Models of the Runway (Lifetime). Launched in 2006 to better reach the Digital Generation, Bunim-Murray’s M Theory Entertainment is a spin-off entity focusing on new media initiatives. In 2007 Bunim-Murray launched BMP Films, a film division, which premiered its first documentary, Autism: The Musical, at the 2007 Tribeca Film Festival, and its first scripted film Pedro, at the 2008 Toronto Film Festival, which made its television debut on April 1 on MTV. Autism: The Musical premiered to rave reviews on HBO on March 25, 2008 and won 2 Primetime EMMY awards. The company’s second documentary, Shadow Billionaire, premiered at the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival. In 2008 Bunim-Murray Productions formed M Music, a music management division, with its first band, A Cursive Memory, signing with Vagrant Records. Bunim-Murray Productions is based in Van Nuys, CA. It was founded in 1987 by Jonathan Murray and the late Mary-Ellis Bunim and joined Banijay Entertainment in 2010.