After quite a controversial year for him and his family, Kardashian-Jenner patriarch Bruce Jenner has revealed his plans on pitching his own reality show. Read on for further details.
Jenner already has enough experience when it comes to TV reality shows, thanks to his being part of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians." And now, he wants to take a shot at hosting his own reality show.
Previous reports released in early December regarding Jenner’s proposed reality show tell that the show will be documenting Jenner’s transformation into a woman, something that he has apparently been wishing to do for quite some time now. Recent news also claims that the show will even feature Jenner’s sons Brody and Brandon, as well as Brandon's wife Leah Felder.
“[Jenner] wants his own reality show, chronicling his transformation into a woman. He thinks that a sensitive show, where he is honest about the wonderful changes he’s gone through, would be truly groundbreaking,” a source told Star magazine.
Looks like Jenner pretty much has everything set for his proposed show and has even started having cameras follow him around for a good shot to cover and take.
Except that no network has expressed interest and accepted his proposed reality show yet.
“By contract, Bruce has to take any new series to E! first. But they are not interested in him. They don't think Bruce can carry his own show,” an insider shared on Us Weekly.
Regardless of whether he will be having his own show someday, Jenner has already made the news well enough these past few months. One such news involves his recently finalized divorce with Kris Jenner. Another is his slow transformation from masculine look to feminine, with his long, highlighted hair to his professionally manicured nails. There are even talks of his plans to proceed with a sex change operation.
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