Over the past few weeks, there have been a number of rumors regarding Keeping Up with the Kardashians.
Might the show actually be canceled in light of Kim getting robbed at gunpoint and therefore wishing to avoid the spotlight going forward?
We strongly doubt it.
Not when the family members are making so much money off the series and not when writers continue to come up with the sort of intriguing storyline featured below:
With Season 12 set to resume on Sunday, October 23 at 9/8c, E! has released an extended trailer for fresh episodes that gives us a look at some serious drama on the way.
Most notably, there's a scene that depicts Khloe telling best friend Malika Haqq that her mother is "so pissed that Kim was dressing Caitlyn Jenner for the ESPYs."
We then cut to a phone call between Kris and Kim in which the former blasts her daughter as a "f-ckin traitor."
"You're not going to f--king play this game anymore!" Jenner screams at Kardashian.
While this fake fight was being staged by the writers, Khloe was contemplating a major change in her life.
We see in the trailer above that she's considering plastic surgery... on her breasts!
"We're in L.A.," she says at one point. "People get their boobs done like they fill up a car with gas."
That may be true, but all of Khloe's sisters have denied ever having had their done, despite plenty of online chatter to the contrary.
Meanwhile, also ahead this fall on television's most hated reality series, Rob Kardashian will have his hands full preparing for his new baby with Blac Chyna.
His siblings will try to help by throwing Rob a baby shower and Scott Disick will try to help by surrounding Rob with many crying kids and warning him:
This will be your life, man. Every single day.
Elsewhere, Kendall Jenner will team up with Will.i.am to shoot the "Where Is the Love" remake video in response to gun violence, fearing that she'll be asked to actually sing.
But Rob will warn her that she should be scared of something else.
"If you get involved, you're going to get a lot of hate," he tells his sister.
Maybe? Possibly? But it's a cause worth standing up for regardless of the backlash, wouldn't you say?
Plus, the rising supermodel had a different issue to get worked up about; toward the end of the trailer, Kendall threatens her family when they don't take her health issues seriously.
"I'm done arguing with people because I don't feel fine," she says. "I promise one day when I'm rushed to the hospital, then you guys are going to wake up."
Ouch. Damn. We hope Kendall is okay.
Will you watch Keeping Up with the Kardashians online or on television next week? Do you hope the show gets canceled? Or do you want to see it run forever?
New episodes of Keeping Up With the Kardashians return Sunday, Oct. 23 at 9 p.m., only on E!
Check out both trailers above for a glimpse at what's ahead.