Bruce Jenner Docuseries Still a Go After Fatal Car Crash

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Bruce Jenner’s docuseries is still a go after the 65-year-old star was involved in a fatal car crash on Saturday, Feb. 7.

It sounds like production on the show, which will document Jenner’s transition into a woman, is still moving forward. It is rumored to begin airing this spring.

On Saturday afternoon, Jenner was driving his Cadillac Escalade in Malibu, Calif. when he hit a Lexus. The Lexus was sent into oncoming traffic and was struck by a Hummer. The driver of the Lexus was killed.

After the crash, many wondered if production would stop on Jenner’s reality show. But, TMZ is reporting that there’s been no change, it’s still on.

Sources involved with production on the show revealed, “There has been absolutely no move to slow down the shooting, editing or airing of the special.”

The site also gave an update on the crash investigation. Law enforcement insiders revealed that they think Jenner was “following too closely behind the Lexus he hit.” It sounds like Jenner is most likely going to face a civil lawsuit, and the D.A. could prosecute Jenner if he too believes that Jenner was following to close to the Lexus. But, the site says prosecutions like that are “very rare,” which means we’ll have to wait and see what happens.

The show is said to begin airing in May and it’s being produced by Bunim/Murray Productions, the company that also produces Keeping Up with the Kardashians.


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