Caitlyn Jenner BEGS ex Kris to take her back after poor I Am Cait ratings

Kris and Caitlyn Jenner
Kris and Caitlyn Jenner

She moved on to her very own TV show when she revealed herself as Caitlyn.

But now Ms Jenner is reportedly rather keen on returning to Keeping Up With The Kardashians – as her own show I Am Cait fails to set viewing figures alight.

According to Now magazine the 65-year-old has begged her ex wife Kris to allow her back on the family show, after dumping it unceremoniously earlier this year.

Caitlyn Jenner meets fellow transgendered star Chaz Bono on TB show I Am Cait
Caitlyn’s show is not going according to plan

A show insider told the mag: “Despite all the fanfare, the show’s doing terribly in the US ratings. Caitlyn’s beyond disappointed and so are her bosses. They initially commissioned eight episodes, but everyone was sure it would get picked up a for a full 20 –episode series like KUWTK. That’s very unlikely now.

“Cait wants to use her profile to help improve transgender rights, so she’s begging Kris to let her return to KUWTK. But Kris has said in no uncertain terms the answer is no.”

I Am Cait is reportedly losing viewers each week – and by the second episode it had dramatically dropped to 1.3 million, half of the first week’s ratings.

Could Kris help?

The figures came as a shock as Cait’s interview with Diane Swayer got a whopping 17 million viewers earlier in the year.

According to other reports – it is again Kris who holds the key to Cait’s success – as bosses have decided that the only way a second season of I Am Cait will be made is if it airs after new episodes of Keeping Up with the Kardashians.

A source told “‘I Am Cait’ is losing viewers every week. So E! has decided that for the second season, it will air after ‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians’.

“Caitlyn isn’t happy that once again, she will be dependent on the Kardashians for success, and she absolutely hates losing to Kris.

“Kris has been telling producers at E! that if she had been involved with ‘I Am Cait’ from the beginning, it would have been a hit.”


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