Scott Disick to rejoin ‘The Kardashians’ after signing a ‘massive contract’

Scott reportedly “refuses” to be depicted as the show’s villain in Kourtney Kardashian’s plotline with her husband Travis Barker, despite being “lured” into signing by a “massive contract,” according to the Daily Mail.

In the third season of The Kardashians, which is now in production for Hulu, Scott Disick will reportedly make an appearance much more frequently. Scott reportedly “refuses” to be depicted as the show’s villain in Kourtney Kardashian’s plotline with her husband Travis Barker, despite being “lured” into signing by a “massive contract,” according to the Daily Mail.

“Scott filmed for the show last week after inking a massive contract to be in the upcoming season,” a source close to The Lord tells the Daily Mail. “He was initially against coming back bc he didn’t want to be the villain in Kourtney and Travis’s storyline.”

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This season, Scott will appear in “several episodes,” however it is unknown what his plot will include. “He felt that he owed it to his fans and knew that they wanted to see him back on the show again, at least for one more season,” the source explains, adding “Scott is in a very good place right now and he is a devoted father to his children with Kourtney.”

In a meta moment with her friend Steph Shepherd on the programme, Kourtney also clarified that she doesn’t want her storyline to be a cause of controversy.

“We’ve been watching the edits and we’re just so annoyed,” she added. “Editors or whoever is like, ‘Let’s take Kourtney, she’s the chosen one to be the drama.'”

In an on-camera confessional, she elaborated on her ideas, saying “While shooting our show, we are all executive producers, so we get to see cuts of the show and give notes on episodes and make sure that our stories are being told. I am in one of the best places that I’ve ever been in my life, and it’s time for our show to catch up. It’s enabling this old narrative and buying into something that just doesn’t really exist. It should be an empowering episode about me getting out of toxic relationships and really having this, like, fairy-tale love story that is my reality.”