Revenge Body with Khloé Kardashian is an upcoming American reality television series starring Khloé Kardashian that is scheduled to premiere on E!. Announced on December 16, 2015, the six-episode series will feature two people in each episode who will be getting a makeover using assistance of personal trainers and stylists leading to a “major transformation inside and out”. Six one-hour episodes have been ordered. It will premiere on January 12, 2017. A special preview episode will air on November 23, 2016. “We are so excited to partner with Khloé Kardashian to help these deserving people seek the ultimate revenge,” said Jeff Olde, an executive producer of the network. “By tapping her unlimited resources, Khloé offers transformations of true Hollywood proportions,” he also added
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