Watch out, Kim. Kendall and Kylie mean business. The half sisters of Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian may be bringing the next generation of Kardashian-Jenner family antics to our TV screens. Since appearing on TV for the first time in 2007, the girls have taken a backseat to their siblings. But they've recently made it clear - it's their turn now.
Kylie, 14, and Kendall, 16, posed for Seventeen magazine and addressed plans for their own reality TV series, much like the numerous Keeping Up With The Kardashians spinoffs of their older siblings.
Kendall may like to keep it simple (remember her Sweet 16?), but we doubt there'd be any less drama. One of the famous arguing points between her and her overbearing mom Kris is that Kendall doesn't like to go all-out like her sisters.
For her Sweet 16, she wanted a small party rather than the lavish Bahamas trip her mom suggested. Of course, the rooftop party ended up being opulent, but we have to give Kendall credit. In lieu of birthday gifts, guests brought toy donations for the local children's hospital.
Kylie, on the other hand, seems to be quite the firecracker, louder and goofier than her sister, the aspiring model.
Aside from their famous last name, the girls still experience the typical woes of teenage life. From being embarrassed by dad Bruce Jenner's over-parenting to failing a first driver's license test, all the goings-on have been pretty easy to relate to.
"We do crazy stuff," the girls admitted to Seventeen. "We will kidnap one of our friends or get a group together and go to Disneyland for the night," said Kendall.
Crazy or not, the girls are now on the media circuit, popping up at award shows and red-carpet events. Kylie even had to quash rumors of dating teen pop singer Cody Simpson.
The show would usher in a new era of the Kardashians. But is that a good thing?