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The Kardashians Bless The Entire ‘KUWTK’ Film Crew With New Rolexes After Filming Final Episode

The Kardashian/Jenner’s bless the Keeping Up With The Kardashians team with brand new Rolexes to celebrate 20 successful seasons on the air.

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After 20 seasons on air E!’s hit show Keeping Up With The Kardashians is coming to an end. Love or hate the Kardashian and Jenner family the announcement took everyone by surprise. The show hit the air in 2007 and dominated pop culture and give people an inside look into the life of one of the most successful and popular families. While many were wondering why the show was ending Disney has revealed the team will be heading to its Hulu streaming service for a new series. According to TMZ, to thank the E! for their work over the years the Kardashians blessed them with expensive new timepieces.

The Kardashians are showing major gratitude for the folks behind the scenes of their reality show … gifting the “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” crew classic timepieces.
‘Keeping Up’ finished shooting the final episode last Friday, and production sources tell TMZ … Kim, Kourtney, Khloe and Kris surprised the crew of about 30 people with Rolex watches.

Our sources say the Kardashians then busted out the Rollies, which as you can imagine, drew a lot more tears, excitement and thanks. We’re told the entire cost was just around $300,000 — about $10k per watch — so, sweet parting gifts!

After almost 13 years and a great working relationship, the team deserves it. Hopefully, the new show with Hulu has a great cast and the content stays on par with what viewers are used to.

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