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The Kardashians could make the leap to streaming, they are already in talks with Netflix, Apple and Amazon | The race


It is also said that Kim, Kourtney, Khloé and their little sisters, Kendall and Kylie, could do without intermediaries and create their own communication company

Kardashian-Jenner clan.

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The next season of ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians’ to be broadcast on channel E! News it will be the last they record after more than a decade of collaboration, largely because the company would be unable to cover the millionaire salaries of its protagonists, who do nothing but grow. However, the end of the show does not imply that the media clan will say goodbye forever to the world of reality television.

Several sources close to the family assure that its members –with mommager Kris Jenner at the helm– they would be negotiating a juicy deal with one of the streaming giants, that is, Netflix, Apple and Amazon, according to the Page Six portal.

Any of them would be able to easily double the sum of $ 150 million dollars that the Kardashians agreed with E! the last time they renewed their contract back in 2017. For reference, just remember that Netflix invested $ 300 million to sign producer Ryan Murphy, creator of ‘American Horror Story’ and ‘Glee’.

The other possibility that they would be considering Kim, Kourtney, Khloé and their little sisters, Kendall and Kylie, would go through do without intermediaries and create your own communication company, although in no case would it follow the model of any of the platforms mentioned above.

In any case, his next television project would follow a model more similar to that of the program ‘Shark Tank’ -in which the contestants present their business ideas to a panel of investors- than a reality show so that it doesn’t steal too much time from their already busy schedules.

One of the main sources of tension between the Kardashians was the recording schedules of ‘KUWTK’, which took time from the rest of their business ventures.



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