- The Kardashians may be taking their trashy reality show to Netflix.
- Even though the show is going off the air on the E! network, rumors have emerged that Kris Jenner is negotiating a deal for her family on the streaming giant.
- As long as the family is getting money, that’s all they care about.
Kris Jenner once again worked harder than the Devil.
If the latest reports are to be believed, the Kardashians may be moving from E! to Netflix.
Even though their show will be going off the air in early 2021, you may not be able to escape them if the matriarch has her way.
The Kardashians Wanted More — And E! Wouldn’t Budge
While there was no shortage of speculation as to why the Kardashians were abandoning their flagship show after 14 years and 20 seasons, a source close to the family confirmed that the Kardashians wanted more money from E!, and the network refused to budge because the show’s ratings were on a steady decline.
But because not even the Devil can work harder than Kris Jenner, a source close to the family confirmed that the money-minded matriarch realized there was more money in streaming services than there ever will be in network shows…and she’s made her move accordingly.
“There’s more money in streaming,” said a source. “And it’s global.”
The source close to the family also confirmed that the Kardashians are even trying to — wait for it — create their own media company.
We’ll Never Be Free
Just when we thought that 2020 had a bit of hope, our thoughts were dashed.
I’m glad that they’re getting money — everyone has the right to make a living. But I can’t believe they’re actually planning on infecting the rest of the world with their nonsense. (We’re sorry, Rest of the World. We are. First Trump, now this. We can’t seem to get it together here in the United States.)
The Kardashians don’t seem to be going anywhere anytime soon — so, much like an unwanted STD, the best thing we can do is learn to live with it and hope there isn’t a major outbreak anytime soon.
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