Despite telling the media they are separated with no plans of divorce, a source told the site, “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.”
The insider added, “Kris thinks a long, drawn-out separation will keep viewers coming back for more, and the show needs it at the moment.”
In 2012, the Kardashian/Jenner clan signed a 3-year deal worth a reported $40 million, putting them under contract until 2015.
Timing is everything, and Kris and Bruce Jenner know it. According to RadarOnline.com, the reality TV couple is planning to divorce once their “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” contract is up.