The beloved American reality family wrapped up the series’ final season last month. Keep up with the Kardashians. While Kardashian the retirement from the world of unrecorded television has been public for some time, with one tabloid last year arguing that the show was indeed canceled and the family broke. Gossip revisits history to see where the family is now that the cameras have stopped working.
End of show, end of their funds?
Last May Star claimed that the Kardashian-Jenner clan, led by mommy Kris Jenner, was in debt of $ 180 million after their reality show was canceled. Unnamed insiders stated that “the profits of the program [were] decline, “while their” lavish lifestyle was more expensive than ever. “
Sources continued to spill tea, saying that “the show’s ratings have been falling for years and they are all preparing for a full-blown cancellation.” Kendall and Kylie Jenner were the only two family members who didn’t have to worry about funds. “They could easily tell their mom and sisters to drop dead and just leave. This is a bad time in business for everyone … and the Kardashians are no exception, ”said the insider.
Did the family really break up?
Gossip noted last year that Kylie and Kendall do make a lot of money – but so do the rest of the family. Then-husband Kim Kanye West congratulated his wife on becoming a billionaire last year. Sure, rumor has it that it costs about $ 100 million less, but still.
Keeping up with the Kardashians ended this year but decision between family and E! was mutual. “We are immensely grateful to everyone who followed us all these years – in good and bad times, happiness, tears, numerous relationships and children,” the family said in a joint statement. in September. “We will always cherish wonderful memories and countless people we met along the way.” In December, the Kardashian-Jenner clan announced a multi-year deal with Hulu for several projects. While no real details have been released to the public, the deal will mean we’ll see the Kardashians on our screens again.
Keep up with the lies
Stars family obsession has gotten the magazine in trouble several times since the story first appeared. The publication claimed that Kim was having a terrible 40th birthday due to worries about filing for divorce, the end of the show and the absence of a father. Late last year, the tabloid re-ran the story of the “lack of money,” this time stating that the family had $ 400 million in debt, which arose out of a September article claiming that Chloe was worried about finances after the show ended. What is it like Star learned nothing from Keep up with the Kardashians. The family will always support each other and have a plan up their sleeves.
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