Keeping up with the Kardashians could soon get even harder. Plans are being made for up to three spinoffs from the popular show that will feature the youngest daughters of the family, 14-year-old Kylie and 16-year-old Kendall.
The head of the cable channel E! has revealed she plans to add more Kardashians to the roster of TV shows featuring the family. Bonnie Hammer said the network is looking at making shows featuring mum Kris Jenner's two daughters with husband Bruce.
Kylie and Kendall's half sisters are Kim, Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian.
The two youngest Kardashians feature in Keeping up with the Kardashians but have minor roles compared to the older sisters. But, with Kris' carefull coaching, they are emerging as young starlets on the scene.
Kendall recently launched a modelling career while Kylie is dating Australian pop star Cody Simpson.
Rob Kardashian, who was a runner up in the Dancing with the Stars reality show, is also being looked at for a possible show.
Hammer, 61, told The Hollywood Reporter magazine there could be 'two, three, even four Kardashian' spin-offs. But top TV executive, who was named as the second most powerful woman in Hollywood by the magazine, admitted the current crop of Kardashians was 'too fragile' for the network.