WATCH | Keeping Up with the Kardashians during quarantine

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Khloé Kardashian in 'Keeping up With the Kardashians.'
Khloé Kardashian in 'Keeping up With the Kardashians.'
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  • The new season of Keeping Up with the Kardashians will focus on how the family has been coping with quarantine.
  • In the teaser, Scott Disick accuses the family of leaking the news of his stint in rehab.
  • Rob Kardashian also makes an appearance during a family call.


The coronavirus didn't stop the Kardashian-Jenners from filming the latest season of Keeping Up with the Kardashians.

With the family members being in isolation in their respective homes, the season 18 finale of the reality show was filmed on their iPhones.

The family continued this trend for the latest season with momager Kris Jenner and producer Farnaz Farjam setting up a system in which the family could record their daily lives without the assistance of a camera crew. 

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The upcoming season will follow the family as they cope with the coronavirus.

The 45-second teaser released on Tuesday shows Khloé getting tested and Kim rushing to get out of Paris before lockdown.

While rumours have circulated that Khloé is back together with Tristan Thompson, in the clip the pair discuss their relationship in the past.

The biggest bombshell though is Scott Disick accusing the family of leaking the news that he was in rehab.

In May he checked into a rehab facility in Colorado, but less than a week later he left the centre, say he'd be taking legal action against them after a photo of him leaked online.

"There couldn't have been a bigger betrayal, she leaked me being there," says Scott.

Meanwhile, it seems like Rob is back as he makes an appearance during a family call.

WATCH THE TEASER HERE:

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