E! Extends 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' for 5 More Seasons With $150 Million Deal
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The new, massive deal extends the famous family's reality TV show on the network for additional 5 seasons, which equate to $30 million per season.

AceShowbiz - People, we will still be Keeping Up with the Kardashians! The Kardashian-Jenner family reportedly has landed a rich deal with E!, pocketing $150 million. The deal extends the famous family's reality show on the network for additional 5 seasons, which equate to $30 million per season, TMZ reports.

"We recently celebrated the milestone 10th anniversary of 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' on E! We have aired 13 wildly successful seasons of the franchise as well as 11 spin-offs, and season 14 is off to a strong start," a network spokesperson said Tuesday, October 24 in a statement. "We are incredibly proud of our partnership with the Kardashians and they remain an important part of the E! family. We look forward to continuing our collaboration for years to come."

In oppose to report from TMZ, which claims that the contract earns the famous clan $150 million, an insider tells The Hollywood Reporter that the new overall deal is south of $100 million instead. However, the source reportedly confirms the deal indeed runs through 2020.

Should the new, massive pact be really of $150 million, it marks a huge bump from their 2015 contract. It was said that the family previously got $20 for each season. TMZ further states the Kardashians agreed to split up the money pot among the family.

The renewal came following reports of %cKris Jenner% being panicked over "KUWTK" low ratings when the show premiered its season 13. It seems like rumors of %cKylie Jenner% and %cKhloe Kardashian% being pregnant play a huge role in the renewal as the idea of the new expected Kardashians being featured on the show may excite people. But a source close to the production reveals to The Blast that it is still unclear whether we will see the babies on the show.

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