Fans and viewers recently watched Khloe Kardashian go kaboom on the season finale of Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
The season definitely went out with a bang, focusing on the fallout of the now infamous Tristan Thompson cheating scandal.
Fans who were left clamoring for more Kardashian drama can rest easy; If Kris Jenner has her way, the whole family will be on air for years to come.
According to a RadarOnline report, Kris is currently hard at work locking in the contracts for future seasons of the show.
The family's previous contract was worked out before filming Season 13, back in 2017.
It's only been two years, but because of the family's legendary overexposure, they're already filming Season 17.
Season 17 will be the final season covered by the last contract, and so it's time for the family to be looking toward the future.
Kris entered the negotiations with high goals and proverbial guns ablaze.
The family momager naturally wants all five of the Kardashian/Jenner daughters to return and keep their regular roles on the series.
This gets harder every year as these enterprising women grow in their own directions and get involved in their own projects.
The biggest takeaway though, is that Kris is asking for another ten seasons!
"Kris is shooting for ten more seasons this time around," a source told RadarOnline, "So she does not have to worry about it."
The source, an individual allegedly close to the family, added that "All of the girls seem to be on board as of right now."
"Although several of her daughters, including Kourney, Kylie and Kendall, have said they wanted out," the source continued,
The insider stated: "Kris knows that they will stay put for the right amount of money."
Kris is probably right. She has shrewd instincts about money, and her daughters' needs, as a mother and manager should.
With that said, Kylie is already a billionaire in her own right.
She could walk away from the series, never work again, and still live out her days in luxury.
This applies to her sisters as well, if to a lesser extent. But we expect they'll all return, if only because the show is still doing so well.
The first part of the electrifying season 16 finale had 2.3 million total viewers, and was E!'s most-streamed episode ever.
A family insider reportedly told RadarOnline that "Kris is bragging to everyone about the latest ratings."
"She is sure that it will enable her to get new contracts for all of them," the insider added.
That does sound like something Kris would do, but keep in mind that nothing is set in stone.
Contract negotiations are tricky, especially with Karsdashian-level money on the line.
The details of the deal are sure to change before everything is finalized.
We'd love to get some more solid information, such as an announcement from E!, the network that actually airs the program.
For now, it's enough to know that the show is doing well, and that Kris Jenner is putting all her terrifying might into keeping her dynasty on air for as long as possible.