Kris Jenner's new daytime talk show will reportedly air in July, after getting the greenlight for a test run on the Fox Network.
The Kardashian matriarch, who is no stranger to the camera, will host "Kris," a daily 1-hour program that will reportedly air on select Fox-owned stations in New York, Los Angeles and other cities. The show will reportedly feature celebrity guests and discussions will center on fashion, beauty and lifestyle, according to Yahoo.com.
Hollywood producer Robert Lifton, whose credits include "Access Hollywood" and "ESPN Sportscenter," has been named executive producer of Jenner's show. The show's content will be "pop culture-driven," according to sources.
"With Robert's energy and the experience that he brings to the table, I am beyond excited to begin this new chapter. I am so happy he is on this journey with me, as I feel like I'm in good hands," Jenner said in a statement.
"His expertise with pop culture and celebrities and his background in entertainment sports television will bring a high-octane pace and energy to each episode of 'Kris,'" Stephen Brown, Senior Vice President of Programming and Development at Twentieth Television, added.
The show, which is expected to feature Jenner's famous reality TV star children, has been described by the mother of six and grandmother of two as a "dream come true."
"This is something I have wanted to do all my life so it's definitely a dream come true! I can't wait for this new adventure to begin," Jenner said.
Jenner, who currently manages all of her children's careers, has allegedly set her sights on her daughter Kim, 32, and her boyfriend Kanye West, 35, who are expecting their first child together.
"They also want to have celebrity guests on the show starting with Kanye and Kim! This will be part of their $40 million dollar deal with E!" a source was previously quoted as telling The Hollywood Reporter.