According to executive producer for the family series, Jeff Jenkins, there isn't a separate show surrounding Jenner at all.
After letting the world know his transition into a woman would be shown in a separate "docu-series" from his family reality TV show, executive producer, Jeff Jenkins say nothing like 'Keeping Up With Bruce Jenner'.
According to TMZ, the former Olympian has suddenly halted production of his much anticipated forth coming 'Docu-series' which was expected to focus on his change from male to female.
According to the site, the 65-year-old had planned for his show to air on E! Network following Season 10 of 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians'.
But according to executive producer for the family series, Jeff Jenkins, there isn't a separate show surrounding Jenner at all.
"You will see Bruce on season 10 and beyond that, he is in season 10. He's in all the way to the very end of it. Beyond that there is, to my knowledge, no series in production that, as we said, is its own series,” Jenkins told USA Today.
Adding, "That's really the current situation. As of right now, there's no ‘Keeping Up with Bruce Jenner.’"
However close sources tell TMZ, the 'docu-series' has a %99.9 chance of happening saying, Jenner is apparently feeling the pressure from producers to wrap filming in time for the show to air in May and the dad-of-six is worried the rush is "compromising his family."
Jenner is also concerned on whether or not his three boys Brody, Brandon and Burt are "in a good place" to see the events of his new lifestyle unfold, the gossip site noted.
Meanwhile his scheduled interview with ABC's Diane Sawyer in May to explain his transition is still on point.