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Kris Jenner's chat show in axed

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Kris Jenner's chat show has been officially cancelled.

The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star is disappointed that her daytime talk show, 'Kris,' has been axed after just one season even though she secured a rare interview with her future son-in-law Kanye West and debuted the first picture of the rapper and her daughter Kim Kardashians' baby North West on the series in August.

Fox released a statement on Friday (01.17.14) that said: "'Kris' will not be on the schedule for the 2014 syndication season."

But the US network hasn't ruled out working with Kris, 58, who split from her husband Bruce Jenner in November after 22 years of marriage, in the future.

The statement added: "However, the possibility for the talk show, or an additional project for Kris Jenner, for the 2015 season is being discussed and highly considered."

A source also told gossip website RadarOnline.com: "Kris has been told her talk show is not going to happen. Viewers just tuned out and genuinely don't want to see her on daytime television, in any format."

The showbiz matriarch - who has masterminded the reality TV careers of her entire family, most notably daughter Kim - previously admitted she loved presenting her own series.

Following the first season, she said: "I had so much fun this summer making my dreams come true."

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