E! Pays Kardashians $100 Million For Four More Seasons

Posted on February 26, 2015

Keeping up with the Kardashians Season 9

The Kardashian family has signed a monster deal for more reality TV shows. E! has signed the family for another four season. The photograph above is for season 9 of Keeping Up with the Kardashians.

According to a report in Page Six the Kardashians signed a $100 million deal to continue doing the reality TV series. It is not known how much of this the family gets and how they split it between them.

Vanity Fair estimates that they could get about $2.5 million each after you divide the $25 per year among about ten people on the payroll. Some likely get more of the E! loot than others but even $2.5 million a year is a lot for television. The large amount of money shows the series is still commanding a large audience. Season 9 of the series delivered a total of 3.3 million viewers on average last year. The Kardashians also continue to stay in the news and the daughters all have popular social media accounts.

The premiere of the tenth season of Keeping Up with the Kardashians will air on Sunday, March 15th. In the new series the family starts experience life with Kris and Bruce now living apart after 22 years of marriage. E! says Kris finds her daughters aren't very supportive when she "finds comfort with a much younger man." There is also friction between Kim and Kris after living in close quarters.

Brian Bowen Smith/E!

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