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Posted at 01:18 PM ET, 12/13/2011

Four Kardashian spin-offs may be in your future


Kendall and Kylie Jenner with sisters Khloe, Kim and Kourtney Kardashian. (© Danny Moloshok / Reuters - REUTERS)

You can’t keep the Kardashians down.

Despite all the bad press the reality TV family has received following the dissolution of Kim Kardashian’s marriage after 72 days, it appears their brand will carry on. And on and on.

The Hollywood Reporter interviewed Bonnie Hammer, the new chair of NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment, which owns E! While Hammer said she plans to make changes to the network, including depending less on the Kardashian franchise, the family isn’t going anywhere yet. “I think it will have its own life expectancy,” she said.

Yes, there could be “two, three, even four new Kardashian [spin-offs]” coming, Hammer said.

One of those new shows will likely follow Khloe Kardashian as she follows her hubby, Lamar Odom, to Dallas so he can play basketball with the Mavericks, according to TMZ.

For the record, Odom’s new coach, Rick Carlisle, is totally excited about the reality couple’s move to the Lone Star State. He told the Dallas Morning News the youngest Kardashian sister is his favorite and “the coolest,” and that he would be open to guest starring on their show.

Another spin-off may follow momager Kris Jenner’s youngest children, Kylie and Kendall.

Hammer also weighed in on Kim Kardashian’s wedding in the interview, saying it “was not a stunt.”

“In no way did people believe that this was going to happen,” she said. ”I think true Kardashian fans know that a bigger than life mistake can be made easily in their world. Everything they do is bigger than life … it's just part of their DNA.”

(Hat tip : Gossip Cop)

By  |  01:18 PM ET, 12/13/2011

Categories:  Celebrities, Kim Kardashian

 
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