Kylie Jenner hoped to help fans see a new side of her that they hadn't seen before in her new series "Life of Kylie." It was alleged that the youngest member of the Kardashian-Jenner clan was hoping that people would "fall in love" with her for her personality, instead of for her famous family. It has also been stated that Kylie is hoping to break away from her family and become a celebrity in her right, despite claims made on the show that she doesn't "feel cut out for fame." While "Life of Kylie" was supposed to be Kylie's big break, it looks like her momager, Kris Jenner, is going to have to pull out all of the stops to ensure that the show doesn't completely tank.

While the Kardashian family has successfully fostered several spin-off series of the ever famous "Keeping Up with the Kardashians," this looks to be the one that has fans running screaming.

Kylie's mom might be in denial

Kris Jenner, who manages the careers of all six of her children, posted on Twitter that "Life of Kylie" was rated one of the highest docu-series of 2017 during its hour-long debut. However, according to official network documentation, the show's ratings were mediocre and not as stellar as Kris is claiming. The show's ratings were worse than the ill-fated spin-off, "Rob and Chyna," the docu-series that chronicled the lives of Rob Kardashian and his fiancee, Blac Chyna. That show, however, tanked because Rob and Chyna's relationship went completely south.

The show will be re-cut to make it more exciting

According to reports, Kylie Jenner has been reluctant to share her personal life in the series, which has dismayed many of the producers who thought she would be open about all aspects of her life. The reality star has reportedly decided to stay mum about her ill-fated romance with rapper Tyga, and her current relationship with rapper Travis Scott.

Instead, the star wants to focus on the relationship she has with her best friend and her current business prospects and opportunities, such as Kylie Lip Kits, which are fast reaching $1 billion in sales.

Kylie's show was allegedly shown to a test audience of her biggest fans, who labeled the show boring. Although the network got the feedback from some of her biggest supporters, they went on to air the show anyway, despite the facts. But it appears the general public agrees with her fans and thinks the show is a snooze, so the network has decided to recut it to make it seem more interesting.