Kim Kardashian has been the center of several recent rumors as fans speculate the 36-year-old may be leaving "Keeping Up With The Kardashians." Some reports have shot down the rumors as Kim is said to be starting a new reality show in addition to filming "KUWTK."

However, Radar Online reported Kardashian is focusing on her new show in order to "break free" from the long-running series she shares with her famous family. The site stated Kim is tired of carrying the rest of the Kardashian crew on the drama-filled E! show. "After ten years of being the pretty face of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Kim Kardashian now refuses to singlehandedly carry her family's reality show."

Kim lands a new show

The eldest Kardashian sibling is slated to begin filming a reality show in which she searches for a new makeup artist.

The beauty series dubbed "Glam Masters" will see makeup artists and beauty bloggers competing to land a coveted spot on Kim's glam team. Radar Online reported filming will begin in July as Kardashian is seeking her own spinoff series much like those of sister Khloe Kardashian.

Khloe filmed the now-failed "Kocktails with Khloe" talk show and the recent "Revenge Body" weight loss series as she went independent from her family. Younger sister Kylie Jenner has also landed her own reality series called "Life of Kylie," which has already sparked the interest of fans through the release of a trailer. Now, it seems Kim is cashing in on her fame as she continues to expand her reality television role.

Goodbye "Keeping Up?"

In its latest season, "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" has continued to see lower ratings than expected, as reported by Hollywood Gossip.

Even Kim's traumatic Paris robbery episodes failed to pull in as many viewers as the network hoped. "Beginning with the show's 13th season premiere last month, the ratings began to drop. The show managed to pull in 1.48 million viewers then -- a big drop from the 3 million people that used to tune in."

The site went on to state a more recent episode only attracted 1.16 million viewers, which may signal the family's famed series is on its way out.

A quote from Radar Online states "KUWTK" is becoming less and less popular as viewers noticeably drop off each week. Perhaps Kim is sensing a decrease in income as one of her main sources of revenue may be ending soon. This may explain why she and her sisters are searching for other ways to keep their 15 minutes of fame running in realty television.

However, Gossip Cop reported one of Kim's representatives denied rumors she's leaving "KUWTK" as the star only recently traveled to Costa Rica to film with her family. The site also states this isn't the first time rumors claiming Kim is leaving the show have made headlines. It seems fans will have to wait and see if "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" will continue to run as ratings fall and the sisters seeks other opportunities.