For months, fans have been speculating whether or not Hollywood’s hottest new couple, Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian, would follow in the footsteps of most Kardashian couples and nab their own reality series. And now fans finally have a definitive answer as E! recently announced that they’re giving the couple their own docu-series.
The network, which is home to such hit reality shows as “Keeping Up With the Kardashians,” has given the show the working title “Rob & Chyna.” According to the network, “Rob & Chyna” will consist of six one-hour episodes and the series will chronicle the couple’s whirlwind engagement and their lives throughout their now-famous pregnancy.
As previously reported, rumors have been floating that Rob and Chyna were in talks with multiple networks as they screened offers for their own reality show. Many reports claimed that there was a possible hold up because Kris Jenner signed her family to an exclusive contract with E! that allowed the network first dibs to all reality shows that would involve the Kardashian family. However, that posed a problem considering that Chyna was publicly feuding with the famous Kardashian sisters, as well as Kylie Jenner, for months before she got together with Rob.
Recently though, Chyna seems to have been working to make peace with the Kardashian and Jenner women and it looks like her efforts finally opened up the right doors for a reality show with her fiancé.
But E!’s announcement didn’t end there. The network also revealed that “Rob & Chyna” will also culminate in a separate TV special that will air later on when Chyna finally gives birth to her child with Rob.
“Very few love stories have created as much pop culture buzz as Rob and Chyna’s, and we are thrilled to see Rob in such a happy place. We are excited to share the next chapter in their relationship,” said Jeff Olde, executive vice president of original programming and development at E!, in a statement about “Rob & Chyna.”
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