Kris and Bruce Jenner have separated, and it sounds like it's only a matter of time before the reality television couple officially file for divorce. So what are they waiting for? Well, according to one report, the Jenners want to hold off until their series Keeping Up With The Kardashians is canceled.
"Bruce and Kris will file for divorce but not until the current contract for the shows comes to an end," a source told Radar Online. "No one would watch if there wasn't drama, separation leaves it up in the air and will make viewers want to tune in. But once it's over, it will be over for the marriage too — once and for all."
Keeping Up With The Kardashians may need this Kris and Bruce Jenner separation drama in order to survive. Last month, one episode brought in just 1.79 million viewers, making some believe the show could be canceled.
"This is looking really bad for the Kardashians and their show," an insider said. "When Kendra Wilkinson's show dropped below 1 million viewers they dropped it, so the Kardashian reality show is definitely in trouble."
Watch a clip of Kris and Bruce Jenner on Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
Radar's story about Kris and Bruce Jenner's divorce has not yet been confirmed. In fact, Bruce Jenner has insisted that while he is separated from Kris Jenner, he has no plans to file the paperwork
But one thing that is confirmed is that the public will get to see the Kris and Bruce Jenner separation drama play out on television. PEOPLE also reported that the family plans to keep the cameras rolling, even as the Jenners live in different houses.
So Keeping Up With The Kardashians may show how Bruce Jenner has already moved on from Kris. Per TMZ, the former Olympian flirted with a bunch of younger girls just days before news of his separation from Kris Jenner went public. But Bruce Jenner told PEOPLE that he is not ready to date just yet.
"We're not going there," he told PEOPLE. "I have my family, I have my kids. All my time is filled."