The KarJenner clan has plenty of reasons to celebrate this week — 150 million reasons, to be exact.
TMZ reports that the famous family recently inked a deal with E! to extend the life of Keeping Up With The Kardashians. The KarJenners agreed to continue filming their long-running reality show for five more seasons; with a price tag of $30 million per season, they'll pocket $150 million in total, which they'll split up amongst themselves at their own discretion, as they always have.
$150 million is even more than the family was already making for doing the show; according to TMZ, the KarJenners pocketed $20 mil a season (for five seasons) back when they signed their 2015 contract.
Kris Jenner is reportedly the one who negotiated the deal and scored the huge pay increase for her fam, and will be taking home $15 million in manager's fees as a result; the rest will be split up among the remaining the KarJenners, including Kris, because she's also a cast member on the show. TMZ's sources went on to speculate that 50-60% of the payout will be split among Kim Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, and Kourtney Kardashian, while Kylie Jenner, Kendall Jenner, and Rob Kardashian will be paid less due to their comparitvely small amount of screen time.
Props to Kris — clearly, they don't call her the ultimate momager for nothing.
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