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Kardashian Family Signs $100M Deal to Stay on E! for Four More Years

Having Kardashian fatigue? Buckle up, because television’s most camera-happy coterie has just signed a $100 million dollar deal with E! to stay on television for at least another four years.

According to a report from Page Six, Kris Jenner inked the four-year deal, which will bring Kim, Khloe, and Kourtney, as well as Kylie and Kendall Jenner back for four more seasons of scripted reality.

Don’t expect dad Bruce Jenner to make any cameos, though, as he is not a part of the deal, and will instead star in his own series on the network, which will document his transition from a man to a woman some time this year.

Our source reportedly stated, “You’ll be seeing a lot more of the Kardashian family. This is a huge deal, which will see their involvement with the network and its digital properties expand well into the future.”

Network executives reportedly hope to use the Kardashian/Jenner social media machine to push future digital projects, as all cast members have found success in other aspects of entertainment, and routinely document their lives online.

Per Page Six, the Kardashian deal is the largest ever for a reality series and not only covers at least four more years of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, but also spinoffs, which have previously included projects, such as Kourtney and Khloé Take the Hamptons.

Kim’s husband, Kanye West, is not included in the deal, but will continue to appear on the program from time to time.

The 10th season of Keeping Up with the Kardashians will premiere on E! on Mar. 15 and will see Bruce Jenner’s exit from the show.

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