"The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story" has taken the country by storm, generating nearly as much interest as the original trial itself did over 20 years ago. One of the major players in the drama is Robert Kardashian (David Schwimmer), father to the now-famous "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" sisters, Kourtney, Kim and Khloe.

Khloe recently revealed on her FYI talk show, "Kocktails with Khloe," that she hasn't been watching the show, something she elaborated on on "The Late Late Show" Tuesday (Feb. 23). She admits that she's seen a little bit of the Ryan Murphy series and praises its portrayal of her father.

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"I've seen bits and pieces of the miniseries. I know it's a phenomenal miniseries, they've done a great job -- I really appreciate the way they've portrayed my father, I'm very grateful for that," says Kardashian. "I haven't watched it fully, Kimberly has and she raves about it and loves it."

However, Khloe does say that not everything the miniseries has shown of her 10-year-old self and her siblings is entirely accurate.

"Not all the facts are accurate. When O.J. was contemplating suicide, it was in my room, not Kim's room. They're kind of sensationalizing the Kardashian name in it, to kind of bring a younger audience in. I'm not upset about it," says Kardashian. "But there was some scene of the kids chanting 'Kardashian' when my dad was reading the potential suicide note. And I even called Kim -- 'cause I was 10 [at the time] -- and I'm like, 'That happened?! I don't remember any of this happening.' And she said absolutely not did that happen."

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Khloe also says that she does remember people being really cruel to her family at that time, like keying "guilty" on her dad's car. But in 2016, with the miniseries revisiting Nicole Brown Simpson's murder and O.J.'s trial, she says she feels bad for their two children, Sydney and Justin.

"I more feel bad for the children, because not that you ever get over that situation, but they're finally getting a little normalcy in their life and now it's all ... I haven't seen them in six or seven years. It has to be super tough."

Posted by:Andrea Reiher

TV critic by way of law school, Andrea Reiher enjoys everything from highbrow drama to clever comedy to the best reality TV has to offer. Her TV heroes include CJ Cregg, Spencer Hastings, Diane Lockhart, Juliet O'Hara and Buffy Summers. TV words to live by: "I'm a slayer, ask me how."