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Khloé Kardashian's 'Twisted Love' Coming to I.D.

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By Alyssa McCraw

It was announced in April of 2019 that Khloé Kardashian would be producing Twisted Love with the ID channel. According to Realscreen, the show "looks at what happens when love and affection lead to murder."

To be honest, we think Khloé's the perfect one for the job. It sounds weird, we know, but stick with us: She's part of the luckiest family alive, but her love life hasn't been so lucky. Now she'll be taking a look at the unlucky love lives of others.

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Khloé's first major (or at least public) love story was with former NBA star Lamar Odom. The two dated for one month before getting married in September 2009 and were the subjects of their own spinoff show. Although Khloé & Lamar only lasted for two seasons, Odom continued appearing somewhat regularly on Keeping Up With The Kardashians.

There was a lot of confusion surrounding their divorce. Apparently, they both signed the papers in July 2015 but didn't actually go through with it. It was Khloé who withdrew the divorce request in light of Lamar's medical emergency at a brothel in Nevada.

She did re-file, though, and their divorce was finalized in December 2016. The next semi-solid mate for Khloé came in the form of rapper French Montana, but their relationship was always pretty casual.

She later fell in love with basketballer Tristan Thompson of the Cleveland Cavaliers. Khloé and Tristan welcomed a baby girl, True, in February 2018 - and their relationship ended soon after.

We always thought it was a little fishy that Tristan's ex-girlfriend was super pregnant when he began dating Khloé...

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While her six-part thriller series will track love stories that ended in violence, we're just glad Khloé never got to that point. According to PEOPLE, "the series shares stories of families, friends and lovers, chronicling how, at a moment’s notice, love can spiral into obsession — and end very badly."

“I love the idea of love, but these stories will stun even the most hopeless romantic. I’ve been a long-time ID fan, and I’ve never encountered stories as shocking as these crimes of love and passion,” Khloé told the magazine.

Twisted Love marks the second series produced by Kardashian for ID. Her first series, Twisted Sisters, debuted on the channel in 2018.

"Anyone who knows me understands what a huge true-crime fan I am," Khlomoney said in a statement when the show was renewed for a second season. "This series shows how strong the bonds between sisters really are but how twisted they can become when they’re triggered by jealousy,"

Kardashian's Twisted Love premieres February 3rd at 9 PM ET on ID.

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