Khloe Kardashian Set To Produce "Twisted Love" Series For Investigation Discovery Network

Khloe Kardashian Set To Produce “Twisted Love” Series For Investigation Discovery Network

Roommates, there are so many things one could say about Khloe Kardashian and her luck in the love department, but the most ironic thing might have come in the form of a television series.
According to page six, Khloe is now set to produce a six-part series called “Twisted Love”, which reportedly ‘explores what happens when love and affection spiral into a twisted web of extreme obsession and jealousy.”
The show was created by Investigation Discovery Network president, Henry Schleiff, who was looking for a ‘twisted’ relationship show with a hint of Kardashian.
Fans can expect the show to dig deep into complicated relationships between spouses, friends, and family members that could potentially end with unfortunate results–a topic that the Kardashians have experienced themselves.
“Relationships can be complicated, and these never-before-seen stories show just how dangerous it can be when love turns lethal,” Khloe said.
To many, it is quite amazing how the Kardashians can turn negative life circumstances into checks on checks, but in this case, Khloe has definitely tapped into her expertise.
Khloe has experienced many troubles in the relationship department, and most recently we reported about her tragic fall out with the father of her child Tristan Thompson, and family friend Jordyn Woods.
Tristan had been caught in a web of lies and infidelity many times before, but after news broke that he could have possibly had physical contact with Kylie’s BFF Jordyn Woods, Khloe had to call it quits.
Now, Khloe is living the single life with her daughter True Thompson.
We’re glad to see Khloe is in better spirits and wish her all the success in her upcoming show, which is reportedly set to premiere sometime in 2020.


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