Keeping Up With the Kardashians fans got some exciting news on Thursday: the family isn't giving up on their hit reality show. According to reports, the Kardashian-Jenner crew has signed a three-year deal with E!. As news about a four-year extension estimated to be worth $100 million grabbed headlines, an NBCUniversal spokesperson set the record straight on Thursday, saying, "The story is grossly inaccurate."
It's been nearly eight years since the show premiered, and if all goes according to plan, you'll get plenty of the family — with the exception of one familiar face — through at least 2018. Despite speculation that Kim Kardashian would eventually leave the program, Bruce Jenner is apparently the only family member who won't be featured on the show after the upcoming 10th season. His reported transformation into a woman will be the subject of a separate docuseries for the cable network, according to reports. As for Kim's husband, Kanye West, he's not part of the deal, which includes other opportunities for the family on the network, but he'll continue to make the occasional cameo. Will you tune in for the next three years?