It's official: the Kardashians will continue to grace your television screen for another four seasons.
While ratings for Keeping Up With the Kardashians have declined over the years, the family continues to carry a lot of clout, and its various spinoffs have performed well for E!, so it's no surprise that the network is eager to keep the partnership going.
What is surprising is the amount of money that Kris Jenner was able to secure for the deal:
Sources say the K clan signed on for $100 million, a sum that - according to the New York Post - is "the highest in TV history for a reality brand."
Yes...that's a lot of kash. Makes Kim's wildly expensive beauty regimen seem downright frugal by comparison.
To put that in perspective, Bryan Cranston earned about $225,000 per episode for the final season of Breaking Bad.
We have no way of knowing how the historic Kardashian windfall will be divided amongst the family, but it's safe to assume even Kylie and Kendall will be pulling down Heisenberg loot.
Heck, North West might be netting seven figures next year.
So yeah, we're sorry to report this news so early in the work day. But hey, maybe it'll help you work up the nerve to ask your boss for that ten cent raise.
Watch Keeping Up With the Kardashians online at TV Fanatic to decide for yourself if the empire that was built on a sex tape is worth a cool 100 mill.