Sunday, January 1, 2023

The Kardashians Are Rumored To Be Signing Streaming Deal Following Announcement Of ‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians’ Final Season in 2021

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The world was shocked this week when the Kardashian-Jenner clan announced that their long-running franchise, Keeping Up With the Kardashians, will be coming to an end when the next (and now last) season airs in 2021. The show has made the whole entire family cultural influencers, entrepreneurs and successful women in their own right, so is Kris really bringing this money train to an end?

20 seasons is a long time, scripted or unscripted, and it cannot be argued that the clan hasn’t made the most of their time on the air. While they’re ending this show, it seems as if Kris may have another ace up her sleeve.

According to Page Six, a source has told the outlet that part of the reason the show is ending is because of salary demands and it seems as if Kris is ready to get the bag a different way. There’s talk of a streaming deal along the lines of those that stars such as Shonda Rhimes, Ryan Murphy and others have signed – for hundreds of millions of dollars.

E! paid the family $150 million in 2017 but with people getting $300 million dollars from places like Netflix for their services, one can see the appeal of leaving broadcast/cable for streaming. There’s even been talk of them starting their own media company, though no clear definition of what that would look like just yet.

Mostly the family also wants a break, after 13 years on camera doing reality TV, and it seems their open to doing different types of shows, even one reportedly like “Shark Tank” that focuses on them as businesswomen, which would definitely be an image shift.

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