Khloe Kardashian isn't sure she's ready to start watching "The People v. O.J. Simpson" just yet.
Even though the series features her famous family and is one of the biggest trending shows of the moment, she says she has her "reservations" about it – most of which surround the emotions involved with losing her father, Robert Kardashian, and having to watch her "uncle" O.J. Simpson on trial for murder.
"I have it on DVD. I just haven't seen it yet," Kardashian explained during this week's episode of of her FYI series "Kocktails with Khloe." "I've seen all of the documentaries or the rehashing of the footage of the O.J. trial and all this stuff, and just seeing like my dad and everything again, I relive emotions. Like, 'Oh my god, I forgot the sound of my dad's voice.'"
She continued, "I understand why it came back. I just feel bad and I think I'm a little more sensitive to it, cause he was my Uncle O.J., like that's always what I called him. So just hearing things, or I might remember things differently.
"I definitely want to watch it," she noted. "I was also just afraid of how they would portray my dad. I hear David Schwimmer did a phenomenal job, and they play him really true to form, so I'm grateful for that."
However, she also said she has a soft spot in her heart for O.J. and Nicole Brown's children and can't imagine what it would be like to have to relive the heart-wrenching experience again.
"I'm not their child. I more felt bad for the kids – Sydney and Justin," she said. "You'll never get over your mom being murdered, and now they have to get stalked by the paparazzi again?"
Meanwhile, Kardashian doesn't have to worry so much about her or her siblings getting a whole lot of air time in the series. Executive producer Ryan Murphy explained during a panel for the show last month, "In the 10 episodes, there are over 400 scenes, and of them, only four or five involve the Kardashian children."
The other executive producer Brad Simpson continued, "We thought it would be valuable just for a little sprinkling, and they are in probably no more than 5 minutes in 10 hours. It's the beginning of the 24 hour news cycle. The beginning of reality TV, and they are emblematic of this period."
The fourth episode of "American Crime Story: The People v O.J. Simpson" will premiere Tuesday at 10 p.m. on FX.