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New Details Of The Kardashians' $100 Million TV Deal Revealed—'At Most One More Season' Of 'KUWTK' Left

Kardashian Contract Details

Mar. 9 2015, Published 7:10 a.m. ET

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Kris Jenner negotiated a reported $100 million deal with E! for her family to continue with Keeping Up With the Kardashians and the show's existing spinoffs—but there are some major caveats built into the contract.

"This has been in the works for almost a year," a source told US Weekly. "Kris is a fierce negotiator!"

But so is E!, and a network insider claims the money isn't necessarily a sure thing because executives can cancel KUWTK whenever they decide its time is up.

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"It's a complicated deal but ultimately it doesn't change the network's plan to dump the faltering TV shows," an insider tells Life & Style. "And when they do, they won't have to pay all the money to the family."

"At most they'll get one more season before E! pulls the plug," adds the insider.

While it seems the show's big stars, the Kardashian-Jenner sisters, are sitting pretty, it seems the same can't be said for their forgotten sibling, Rob.

The 27-year-old sock mogul was hardly on the reality show last year, and it may be no different after Season 10 debuts on March 15. According to US, he will be paid for each episode he appears on — if he decides to appear at all.

Do you think the show has run its course, or is there enough interest to keep it going for many more seasons? Weigh in with your opinion below.

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