A couple weeks ago, “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” celebrated its 10th anniversary.
And now, they’ve just signed a new $150 MILLION deal to extend “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” into 2019.
The contract covers EVERY show the KARDASHIANS do. TMZ says they’re paying $30 million per season, and since they do more than one season of their shows per year, that only covers the next two years.
This is a bump from their last deal in 2015, which paid them $100 million for five seasons, which of course breaks down to $20 million per season.
The Kardashians probably don’t split the money evenly, but the details are unclear, because E! just pays the money, and the family divvies it up amongst themselves.
All we know is that Kris Jenner gets $15 million off the top because she serves as the family’s manager, and her fee is 10%.