Dec 03, 2016 06:34 AM EST

‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians’ Season 13 Cancelled? Is Season 12 The Last Season; Will Kim Kardashian Leave The Show?

There were reports about "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" being canceled and fans are devastated that they could no longer keep up with their favorite Kardashian-Jenner Klan's drama.

Fortunately, from a recent report on Yibada came out and stated that "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" 13th season will be canceled but the production will still continue. Despite the terrifying ordeal that the famous Kim Kardashian encountered when she was in Paris and her husband's hospitalization after his psychiatric meltdown.

However, the show, for now, is temporarily canceled and won't be adding nor releasing films until the end of the year. Plans about shooting the family's holiday this December will also be canceled and will make use of that unseen footage to complete the upcoming season 13 of the series, as per the report from Mirror.

The 36-year old reality star, Kim Kardashian, have gone missing in action both on TV and on social media for a long time after the horrific incident. Her husband, Kanye, thought that it would be best if Kim stopped being in the show for the sake of her and her family's safety, reported by Jobs and Hire. Kanye's thoughts had probably led him and Kris to have a huge fight, as Kris disagrees on Kanye's thoughts and wants Kim to still be in the show.

Kanye's hospitalization and Kim's traumatic experience are obviously the reason why the production of the show is being held back. Kim was reported to be agreeing with her mother, Kris, and still wanted to be in the show. Meanwhile, she had also given Kanye's opinion a lot of thoughts too. She's hesitant in living her high-lifestyle again but Kim also knows well enough that there will be a huge (negative) effect on their brand and show if she ever stops being a part of "Keeping Up With The Kardashians". The show will never be the same without her.

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