According to New York Post's Page Six, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians stars have inked a new contract meaning their reality show and its spinoffs will remain on screen until at least 2018.
Kris Jenner apparently negotiated the contract but there have been conflicting reports on just how much money the family will secure.
Page Six put the figure at $100 million but a rep for E! later said this was "grossly exaggerated."
Keeping Up With The Kardashians began way back in 2007 at a time when Kim, Khloe and Kourtney weren't household names and didn't get photographed everywhere they went! We know, hard to imagine, now!
It was the brainchild of Ryan Seacrest who is the exec producer.
KUWTK came after Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie's reality show The Simple Life ended. At the time it aired, Kim was more known for being Paris' friend than a celebrity in her own right.
There have been nine series of the show to date now, as well as multiple spinoffs including Khloe & Lamar, which focused on Khloe Kardashian's marriage to basketball player Lamar Odom, a marriage that is now over.
Other specials have included Kim's Fairytale Wedding, which documented the nuptials between Kim and Kris Humphries. That wedding famously only lasted 72 days before they split.
More recently, the show has given fans an inside look at Kim and Kanye West's wedding in Florence, Italy, as well as the girls' hectic careers including Kendall Jenner's rise to model extraordinaire.
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