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E! debuts first trailer for Caitlyn Jenner reality series

The eight-part, one-hour I Am Cait (pictured), which begins airing on July 26, will chronicle the former Olympian and Keeping Up with the Kardashians star's transition and how it affects her loved ones.
June 3, 2015

E! has premiered the first trailer for Caitlyn Jenner’s upcoming reality series.

The eight-part, one-hour I Am Cait¬†(pictured), which will begin airing on July 26, chronicles the former Olympian and Keeping Up with the Kardashians star’s transition and how it affects her relationships with her loved ones.

In the trailer, Jenner can be seen doing her make-up and discussing the pressures women face to look beautiful. “Put it this way: I’m the new normal,” she says.

Jenner announced her intention to transition in an April interview with Diane Sawyer watched by 17 million viewers. She debuted as a woman on the cover of Vanity Fair on Monday (June 1) and became the fastest person to reach one million followers on Twitter (in just over four hours) shortly thereafter.

E! also aired the two-part special Keeping Up with the Kardashians: About Bruce in which the family shared their feelings on her decision to transition.

Prior to this week, she was continuing to use male pronouns and the name Bruce Jenner. In recent releases, the network has stated that she will now use female pronouns and the name Caitlyn going forward.

Watch the trailer below:

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