Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick recently landed a spinoff show on the E! Network, reports claim.
The reality TV couple, who stars in "Keeping Up With The Kardashians," reportedly accepted a lucrative offer made by executive producer, Ryan Seacrest, to star in their very own TV show. A source claims that Kardashian, 33, who is already mom to two children, could announce a third pregnancy in the near future as both she and Disick, 29, reportedly agreed to have another baby and get married for the show, according to Star magazine.
"Producers have made it clear that they expect a wedding and a baby," a source told Star magazine adding that the couple was offered "a massive paycheck to do the show, and [Kourtney] and Scott are going for it. Ryan wants to groom Kourtney to be the next Kim."
While Kardashian and Disick, who have been dating for six years, are yet to confirm reports of a new show, critics anticipate that there would be no shortage of drama.
In March Michael Gergenti, who is a Los Angeles based model, raised questions about the paternity of Kardashian and Disick's oldest child, Mason, after demanding that the reality TV star get a DNA test to determine who Mason's biological father is.
"This is Kourtney's last chance. My next step will be to take her to court and sue her for a paternity test. I'm tired of not knowing if Mason is my child, and I want the constant wondering to end," Gergenti said previously.
"My attentions [sic] are not to hurt the family you've created with Scott (Disick). But at the same time, Mason deserves to know the truth," he explained.
Kardashian, who also shares a one-year-old baby girl Penelope with Disick, previously denied Gergenti's claims through her attorney.
"They did not exchange contact information. Since the August 20, 2008, on-set photo shoot, Kourtney never spoke with him, saw him nor met him again," Kardashian's attorney told In Touch magazine.
"Kourtney has never been alone with him, and Kourtney certainly has never physically/intimately been with Mr. Gergenti," he went on, describing Gergenti's claims as a "preposterous and an outrageous lie."