The Kardashian family has signed a massive $100 million+ deal to remain with E! Network for the next four years; making it the highest deal in TV history for a reality brand.
TV show lands $100M deal with E!
The deal makes 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' show the highest paid in TV history for any reality brand.
Reports say, Bruce Jenner is not part of the multi-million dollar deal since he revealed he would be leaving the show after it's 10 season. However, his docuseries will air on E! to show his gender transition.
The family's only son, Rob Kardashian has also not been mentioned in the big deal.
E!’s parent company Comcast says it plans to save by spending less on content if its proposed merger with Time Warner Cable goes ahead, reports pagesix.
The deal covers at least four more seasons of 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' as well as spinoffs, which includes: 'Kourtney and Khloé Take the Hamptons.'
E! executives also believe the family’s huge social media following will fuel future digital projects.
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