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Despite rumors late last year that the Kardashians were retiring from reality TV after Season 10, it sounds like they got an offer they couldn’t refuse. The family reportedly just inked a deal to do three more seasons of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, and they’ll rake in even more than they did with their $40 million deal in 2012.

According to TMZ, a production source confirms that the Kardashian-Jenner family is signing on for an additional three seasons of their E! reality show, and though the exact dollar amount wasn’t disclosed, the source did confirm that they’re getting a raise.

This means the show will go on for at least three more seasons after the not-yet-filmed tenth season, which Kris Jenner confirms will begin shooting in January. However, there seems to be some debate over whether Bruce Jenner will be a part of things. While Bruce was quoted by E! as saying there’s no truth to the rumors, TMZ insists he’s dropping out of the reality TV spotlight after the current deal ends.

Well, it’s not like Bruce needs the money. Worth a reported $100 million, we wouldn’t blame him if he wanted to spend the rest of his life golfing and lazing about his Malibu beach house.

Source: TMZ