Despite rumors that the show had been cut from the network, a Fox rep says Kris Jenner's talk show "Kris" hasn't been canceled. Reuters

The Kardashian crew can breathe a sigh of relief after Fox denied reports that Kris Jenner's talk show had been canceled.

The head of reality TV's first family has been testing the Fox waves with a six-week trial run of her talk show "Kris." She reportedly hoped to gain a hefty ratings bump from the show's final episode last week -- which featuring Kanye West and a perfectly timed photo reveal of her granddaughter North West. But Radar online reported on Wednesday that sources told the site that the show had been removed from the network, reports the New York Daily News.

"It is a very crowded market and Kris didn't do anything to set herself apart from the field," a source told the gossip site. "Believe it or not, most of America don't want to hear about the Kardashians for an hour every day."

According to a Fox rep who spoke with the Daily News, though, these rumors are completely untrue.

"Rumors are false," the spokesperson told the Daily News.

During it's trial run, Jenner, 57, received solid reviews for efforts. But with the cameos from her reality star family members, many questioned the show's focus. Still, Jenner appears to be unfazed by the rumors, citing the negative talk as proof she had a trial run worth talking about.

"Rumors flying are false but glad everyone is still buzzing about our 6 week summer run!!!!" Jenner wrote on Twitter.