Think Kardashian-mania is a passing fad? Kim doesn't.
"These shows could go on for years," the reality starlet told The Hollywood Reporter. "There are so many of us. but I think we'll see more of my younger siblings.”
Bonnie Hammer, president of NBCUniversal (which owns E!) said that three to four more spin-offs of the famous family could be in the offing, particularly focusing on Kris Jenner's daughters with Bruce, Kendall, 16, and Kylie, 14.
So far, the Kardashian clan has produced TV shows for E! at a fast and furious pace, with shows such as Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Kim & Kourtney Take New York, Kourtney and Khloé Take Miami and Khloé & Lamar filling up the airwaves; in addition, the family has produced well-received specials chronicling Kim's wedding and Kendall Jenner's Sweet 16.
Kris, the self-professed family "Momager" told THR she's "really proud of how hard her family's worked and how much they've accomplished in 2011.”
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, the family this month landed a spot on Barbara Walters’ 10 Most Fascinating People of 2011; in it, Walters asked Kim, Kourtney, Khloe and Kris how they are able to maintain popularity, fame and riches without a technical act to fall back on.
Or, in her words: "You don't really act; you don't sing; you don't dance," Walters told the quartet. "You don't have any -- forgive me -- any talent!"
Kim said they're "still entertaining” the viewers who tune into their shows, explaining there's more pressure on reality stars to "get people to fall in love with you for being you."