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Kris Jenner Says ‘It’s a Little Too Early’ to Start Thinking About a Kardashian Kids Spinoff

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With so many new Kardashian/Jenners on their way into the world, it was only a matter of time before someone asked the question on all our reality-show-loving minds. Variety recently spoke to Kris Jenner about whether or not she’d try to do a Keeping Up With the Kardashians about the next Kardashian generation—her grandkids (both unborn and not)—and she didn’t say yes…but she also didn’t say no.

“I think that’s kind of pushing the envelope,” said Kris. “I think it’s a little too early to start thinking about them. They’re amazing and when they’re around they are in the show, but I think it’s a little too early for them to have any kind of spinoff.” True, the six kids born since the show started are all still in their single-digit years and many more are still on the way. But when talking about spinoffs in general, Kris said, “There’s always a spinoff,” so, maybe?

Kardashians: The Next Generation might sound a little far-fetched right now, but think about it: The oldest grandchild, Kourtney’s son Mason, is eight. Kylie, the youngest of the original crew, was nine when KUWTK began filming. And most of the grandkids have made appearances on the show already.

And while the babies themselves don’t generate much drama, the having of the babies is always a major storyline. With Kylie and Khloé both reportedly expecting their first children and Kim and Kanye due to welcome a third via surrogate soon, the babies will likely dominate any upcoming Kardashian press. In fact, a year from now, Kendall will be the only Kardashian/Jenner who isn’t a parent. (Uh, unless all the reports are wrong—Kim, what is happening?!)

Of course, there will be no need to reboot the series if it never stops airing in its original form, which, honestly, sounds likely. KUWTK‘s fourteenth season will premiere on Sunday, October 1, at 9 p.m. ET on the E! network.

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