The big night is finally here! On April 7, the Kardashian family stepped out in Los Angeles for the premiere of their new Hulu series, The Kardashians.
The hotly anticipated show hits the streaming service on Thursday, April 14, but as you countdown the days, get your Kardashian fix by checking out the brood's family outing!
The mom-of-four turned heads as usual in a silver latex gown, which she accented with a matching necklace and bracelets. The Skims founder admitted that daughter North, 8, who is her biggest fashion critic, will likely diss her skintight look.
"I left the house in sweats, so she hasn't seen it. She'll judge. She'll probably be like, 'Ew, what are you wearing?' She'll have something to say," the makeup mogul told E! News while on the red carpet. "But you know what, she has her style, I have my style. Let me be me, I'll let you be you. That's kind of the approach I take with my kids these days."
Though boyfriend Pete Davidson didn't walk the carpet, he was there to support his leading lady.
Kris Jenner & Corey Gamble
The momager wore a bright pink caped dress and carried a matching purse. Her longtime boyfriend wore a pale shade of the hue and a black suit.
"When we started having conversations about doing another show, we knew it had to be the right fit to recommit ourselves—and we found it," she gushed of starting the new series. "We can't wait for you to see the first episode of the show."
Kourtney Kardashian & Travis Barker
Though the Poosh blogger has been sparking pregnancy rumors, she showed off her abs in a black caped cutout gown. The drummer — who she had an unofficial wedding with in Vegas over the weekend — accompanied her in head-to-toe black.
Kardashian's youngest son, Reign, was also seen at the event.
Kris, Ben Winston, Khloé Kardashian, True Thompson, Kim
The producer of their show, as well as the Good American founder and her 3-year-old tot, were at the premiere as well. The mom-of-one was glowing in a corset-style gold dress that matched her daughter's.
Khloé was one of the women who spoke up about why they brought their show to Hulu, revealing they're all being paid the same sum. "We are all equals. It definitely played a factor because we give so much of our personal lives up for entertainment. We always have our private family conversations, and we’re pretty brutal, me and my sisters, with what we will settle for or not settle for," she stated. "But not all money is good money. It has to be a good fit, and Hulu was just the perfect fit for us."