Rob & Chyna
Rob & Chyna is American Drama TV series. Produced by Bunim-Murray Productions (BMP). Stars: Blac Chyna, Rob Kardashian, Kris Jenner. It debuted on Sep 11, 2016, on E!. The series has 2.8 * rating by IMDb.
How Many Seasons Rob & Chyna Has: 1 (6 episodes)
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Season premieres on September 11, 2016
Finale: October 16, 2016
E!, 7 episodes
Rob & Chyna is on E! (United States) Sundays at 6 pm
Season 1 Episode 6 (Paternity or Eternity) - Air Date: Oct 16, 2016 (3 years ago)
Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna to Star in New E! Series Rob & Chyna! Plus, a Special on the Birth of Their Baby on Rob and Chyna - E! Online - per Eonline
The family insider added, "The family is happy to see how bright Rob is and that's what they care about. Blac and Rob are so excited to have their baby! Rob is making sure Chyna takes it easy and does not over do it."
Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna's TV Show Reportedly On Hold - Rob & Chyna Cancelled - Cosmopolitan.com - per Cosmopolitan
An E! spokesperson has since offered a statement about Rob & Chyna’s future, but it’s pretty vague: “We are continuing to shoot with all the family members, and are covering Rob and his relationship with Chyna.” Does this mean Rob and Chyna will only appear on Keeping Up With the Kardashians moving forward? Or will my favorite Kardashian, Penelope, finally get to have her own spin-off (and have baby cousin Dream make cameos)?
Blac Chyna Farts in a Car, Kicks Rob Kardashian Out of Her House and Takes a Meeting With Kris Jenner on Rob & Chyna Premiere on Rob and Chyna - E! Online - by Eonline
"Who do you think I'm texting? What do you think I'm doing?" Chyna asked. "I don't even understand why Rob would even think that I'm doing anything wrong. I'm four months pregnant, I have two businesses that I'm running, I'm with King and I literally don't leave the house. So what could I possibly be doing?"
'Rob & Chyna' Was 2016's Biggest Reality TV Trainwreck (and Not in a Good Way) - Complex - by Complex
And Chyna’s most dramatic antics weren’t enough to mask Rob’s noncommitment to having a reality TV show (and maybe their relationship in general). Before the show premiered, he made it clear he never wanted to really be in front of the cameras, and oh shit does it show. Rob just isn’t a good enough actor to pull off the scripted parts that Bunim-Murray cooked up for him. In one episode, E! wanted viewers to believe that Scott Disick broke into Rob’s house and set up hidden cameras, meant to check in on Rob’s well-being—because that’s a reasonable way to show someone you care! More painful than the stupidity of the plot though (Scott Disick, you have three children! Find something better to do!) was watching Rob pretend to “discover” the cameras and act upset about it. Rob is as invested in the show as he is his online sock-slinging business.