So much for talk that Keeping Up With the Kardashians is about to be canceled.
Heck, so much for talk that Keeping Up With the Kardashians will scale back its focus on intense personal matters.
There has been chatter over the past several weeks that the reality series will either go off the air or will change dramatically in the wake of Kim Kardashian getting robbed at gunpoint this autumn in Paris.
But a new report makes it clear that the series will continue to publicize all private matters as often as possible on Season 13.
Take Kanye West's recent hospitalization, for instance.
This is clearly a big deal.
The rapper's personal physician called 911 late last month after Kanye got into some kind of confrontation with a gym employee and suffered what has been described as a "nervous breakdown."
He spent nine days in UCLA Medical Center and is now living at home (without Kim and his children), undergoing therapy and trying to get his mind right.
According to Entertainment Tonight, this development will not be off limits on Season 13 of Keeping Up With the Kardashians.
In fact, those who use their computer to watch Keeping Up With the Kardashians online or their television to watch it on the small screen will see family members discussion the situation openly next year.
A source tells the aforementioned entertainment outlet that various Kardashians have already been filmed talking about this unfortunate storyline.
However, and this should come as no surprise, Kanye himself has not sat down for any appearances on the program since he was admitted to UCLA Medical Center on November 21.
Moreover, E! cameras were never inside the hospital itself.
"He's never been a fan of having the cameras around him," the source said of Kanye, adding that the show's producers will be cautious about how they address Kanye's hospitalization on the upcoming season.
But make no mistake: it WILL be addressed.
So, we presume, will Kim's robbery.
These real-life scenarios have given writers plenty of material to script around for Season 13.
Look for Kim Kardashian to have final say on what the show actually depicts when it comes to Kanye's medial issues, Entertainment Tonight emphasizes, although a caveat must be added here:
This assume Kim and Kanye remain married.
Multiple reports have recently claimed that there's major trouble in paradise.
Kanye's breakdown took place as Kim herself was still working through the trauma of her robbery.
As a result, the stars have grown far apart over the last two months, with communication breaking down and tension building up.
Could this actually lead to a Kimye divorce?!? The rumor mill is churning. Hard.
ET, however, is doing all it can to squash this supposedly silly talk.
"Kim and Kanye are 100 percent together," a source swears to that show. "Not only is the rumor that they are splitting not true, but so is the report of them living apart."
As for how Kanye is holding up in the days following his release?
This same source says that he's "receiving outpatient care every day" and "a doctor comes to the home to check on him."
We do wish him well.