According to Page Six, momager Kris Jenner secured the massive amount for Kim, Khloe and Kourtney as well as Kendall and Kylie Jenner. The $100 million figure would have marked the highest in TV history for a reality brand. However, "the story is grossly inaccurate," an NBCUniversal spokesperson tells THR.
While there are no details on how much the family is actually receiving -- though we can only guess that it's still pretty massive -- what's clear is that the new deal doesn't include Bruce Jenner, who's reportedly getting his own E! docuseries later this year following his rumored gender transition. He is confirmed to be leaving Keeping Up with the Kardashians after its upcoming 10th season.
"[The new series] will air when he is ready to be open about his transition," a source told People earlier this month.
"I think everyone goes through things in life, and I think that story and what Bruce is going through, I think he'll share whenever the time is right," she said. "I feel like that's his journey to talk about."