Caitlyn Jenner offered more thoughts on "The Kardashians," claiming she learned the news that she wouldn't be a part of the series "through the press."
On Friday night, Jenner shared a follow-up tweet, adding another post to her statement from Thursday. "Of course at the same time it is unfortunate to not be given the opportunity to continue with the show," she wrote, before again expressing her support for her family. "With that said, I cannot emphasize enough how happy I am for my family that it continues!"
Caitlyn later went on to post another tweet, in which she further elaborated over her apparent exclusion from her family's upcoming reality show.
"Of course no bad blood. I love my family and am thrilled for the show continuing," she wrote alongside a news article about her initial tweet. "But I was shocked to learn through the press that I was explicitly excluded from the new show.
update at 6:15am PT 3/11/22
After it was reported Caitlyn Jenner would not be appearing on "The Kardashians," she took to Twitter to react to the family's reality TV career going on without her.
"I was there when this started from day one. I watched it grow. And doing the show for almost 20 seasons was one of the highlights of my life," tweeted Jenner on Thursday. "To be able to work with my family for all those years, connect with the fans, it was incredible. Happy that it continues for my family."
Caitlyn also seemed to cosign Kim's controversial comments about work ethic, retweeting a Variety post highlighting her advice.
I was there when this started from day one. I watched it grow. And doing the show for almost 20 seasons was one of the highlights of my life. To be able to work with my family for all those years, connect with the fans, it was incredible. Happy that it continues for my family. https://t.co/NDd2jJaQQE
"I wish I never had to talk about that because it's not a fun thing to talk about," Khloe shared, "but it is part of my journey in life, so we will see it on the show." Variety noted Thompson will also appear on the series, as will West -- though Pete has not yet filmed anything for its first season.
And while viewers can obviously expect Kris, Kim, Khloe, Kourtney, Kendall, Kylie and all the Kardashian kids to pop up on the series -- in addition to Kourtney's fiancé Travis Barker -- the outlet confirmed that Caitlyn Jenner won't appear and Rob Kardashian is not a main cast member, though may cameo.
The family also opened up a bit about how much they were paid to do another series so quickly after ending "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" on E! -- with Kris admitting that "money always matters" when asked why they decided to keep going.
Though the women themselves didn't confirm their pay days, Variety reported their deal is worth nine figures -- with Khloe adding that they were "all equals" when it comes to their respective salaries.
"It definitely played a factor because we give so much of our personal lives up for entertainment," she added of the contract's terms. "We always have our private family conversations, and we're pretty brutal, me and my sisters, with what we will settle for or not settle for. But not all money is good money. It has to be a good fit, and Hulu was just the perfect fit for us."
Kris hammered out the deal herself, with Khloe saying their momager "fights like a pit bull" for them all. Jenner, meanwhile, said they "had options" for other opportunities, but wouldn't get into the specifics. "I'm not one to kill and tell," she added.
And when it comes to the high price tag on reality TV's most famous family, Dana Walden -- Chairman of Entertainment, Walt Disney Television -- said it's worth it.
"We stepped up to a great deal that they very much deserve. Who would you want more for your unscripted slate than the Kardashians?" she stated. "They perfectly symbolize our strategy, which is taking big shots, but the right shots, and betting on incredible talent and best-in-class opportunities in each genre."