‘You Kiddin’ Me’: Kim Kardashian’s prank series gets the green light


It’s getting a lot harder to keep up with Kim Kardashian lately as the media mogul continues to expand her brand in television. 

Glam Masters just debuted on Lifetime on Wednesday, marking Kim Kardashian’s new role as executive producer. If you thought the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star was stopping with just that one show, you were dead wrong. On Friday, we learned that Lionsgate has partnered with Facebook to bring us a whole new series You Kiddin’ Me, which is also executive produced by Kardashian.

You Kiddin’ Me is a prank show, inspired by the Kardashian pranks we’ve watched the famous family play on each other for years. According to Lionsgate, the children of celebrities will be in charge and their famous parents will be forced to do what they say.

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This should be really interesting to watch since so many people are curious about children of the famous and how their family interactions work. It looks like the show will be taking advantage of their social media roots too, with plans to choose people from Facebook, assumedly those who follow the show and let them get in on some of the celebrity pranks too.

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Ideas for pranks on You Kiddin’ Me will be sourced straight from the fans, Those who watch the Kim Kardashian produced Facebook series will have the opportunity to send in their own ideas for celebrity pranks. If selected, they’ll be able to see their own ideas in action.

“I know from firsthand experience that children are wise beyond their years and can come up with the craziest things, so imagine how funny it will be to see them make all the decisions,” Kim Kardashian said of the new show. “I’m delighted to be working with the Lionsgate and Facebook teams on this exciting new venture and invite viewers to witness their favorite celebrity parents get pranked when we launch the series on Facebook Watch.”

You Kiddin’ Me was given the green light for ten episodes. In addition to Kim Kardashian, executive producers for the premium Facebook series are Jennifer O’Connell, Brian Tannenbaum, Peter M. Cohen, and Melissa Stokes.

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Considering the amount of attention that the new generation of KarJenners have been getting lately, don’t be surprised if there are a few Kardashian kids on the new Facebook series. After all, wouldn’t North playing pranks on Kanye West be pretty epic?