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Khloe Kardashian is a big name on the small screen thanks to her years witnessing and contributing to the family drama on Keeping Up with the Kardashians on E! Now, Kardashian is slated to produce a project for another network that could be positively perfect. Khloe Kardashian will executive produce an Investigation Discovery true crime series called Twisted Sisters.
Twisted Sisters will delve into the most "outrageous and provocative" crimes that have been committed by sisters who united for a dark purpose. Whether the sisters joined together out of hatred or jealousy or greed, the results were never pretty. While the sisters worked together well enough to get into trouble together, one could turn against the other when the stakes got too high, and they don't necessarily survive to the end of the crime story.
Episodes of Twisted Sisters will run for one hour each, and the series scored an order for six episodes. Khloe Kardashian is on board as executive producer; no details are currently available about whether she will also appear in front of the camera. Viewers will watch as episodes follow the sisters' transition from family members to partners in crime. Close friends and family members will weigh in on what happened that these women went so wrong. Those accounts will be countered by the descriptions of the crimes from the investigators and law enforcement officers who looked into the cases as they unfolded in the hope of figuring out what happened and why it happened.
The six episodes of Twisted Sisters will begin airing on Investigation Discovery in December 2019. Khloe Kardashian describes herself as a "true-crime addict," and she revealed that she considers the genre to be the perfect way to showcase the bonds of sisterhood when they go completely off the rails. Although Twisted Sisters won't be the first or only true crime series to hit the airwaves, Khloe Kardashian's attachment could help it stand out to prospective viewers. She is after all one of the infamous Kardashian sisters.
Now, as infamous as the Kardashian sisters have become over the years, I highly doubt they'll ever do anything that would earn them a slot on a show like Twisted Sisters, but it should be fun to see if Khloe Kardashian's perspective as a sister in a very well-known family will be apparent on the series. As an executive producer, she'll contribute to the series in a variety of ways. We can only wait and find out for ourselves.
Unfortunately, we'll be waiting a while, as Twisted Sisters won't hit the airwaves until the end of next year. For what you can watch in the meantime, take a look at our midseason TV premiere guide and our summer TV premiere schedule. If streaming is more your style, we have rundowns for Netflix in 2018 and Amazon Prime in 2018 that are quite helpful. For the important finale dates in the not-too-distant future, swing by our breakdown of 2017-2017 TV finale dates.