Single Sisters Kourtney & Khloe Kardashian To Team Up For New ‘KUWTK’ Spinoff

Kourtney & Khloe Kardashian Spinoff Plans Revealed
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Apr. 5 2019, Published 6:27 p.m. ET

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Just like the old days, single sisters Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian may get their own spinoff again, can exclusively reveal.

According to a Keeping Up With the Kardashians insider, Kourtney, 39, and Khloe, 34, “are in talks to have another spinoff, similar to when they had Kourtney & Khloe Take The Hamptons, and first, Kourtney & Khloe Take Miami.”

Kim's two sisters starred in the first KUWTK spinoff, KKTM, back in 2009 to solid ratings.

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Now, the timing has never been better for the closest Kardashian sisters to join back up for more shenanigans.

“Right now the network is considering a spinoff for them because they are both single, and the two of them have not been single at the same time for a very long time.”

As fans know, Kourtney just launched her own lifestyle brand, Poosh. In addition, Khloe’s denim business, Good American Jeans, has made the mother of 11-month-old daughter True a fortune!

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“They are both super excited about the possibility of doing their own show because it would give them a platform to promote their own businesses.”

But first things first, the source told Radar, which is getting new contracts locked in. The current KUWTK contracts — which were brokered by momager Kris Jenner for $150 million in 2017 — end after the current season.

“They really need to get these contracts inked before they move forward with anything. Once they do, shooting for their spinoff could start as early as this summer.”



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