Will Rob Kardashian Be On 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' Season 10? That Should Be His Decision To Make

It's no secret that over the past handful of years, Rob Kardashian has been working through some personal issues. Rob's time on Keeping Up with The Kardashians has been back-and-forth over the past few seasons, and his presence on Season 10 of the reality show will probably be no different. During Sunday's episode, we will see members of the family struggle with how to approach helping Rob. Kris Jenner wants to stage an intervention, Kim Kardashian wants to cut him off financially, and Khloe Kardashian just wants to make sure whatever is done is in his best interest. And because Rob's well-being is something that is talked about so much, it might leave you wondering if we'll see Rob on this season of KUWTK.

Rob's appearances on KUWTK have been pretty scarce as of recently, and I personally don't blame him. If public attention is something he doesn't want right now, then staying away from KUWTK is probably a good choice. We've seen his family worry about him on the show for years, and each one of them seems to have a different opinion of the best way to help. On Sunday's episode, Rob is the hot topic for the family, but chances are, we won't actually see him, especially since the topic of conversation is how to help him.

As of now, we don't know if Rob will actually appear on the show, but we do know that his personal life is something that will be talked about on the season. While I'm sure the show itself would love to see Rob on camera — as viewers would too, since he's always been a fan-favorite — whether Rob is on the show or not should be entirely his decision.

Khloe has always been one to stand up for her brother. In the following clip, you can tell that it is finally taking a toll on her, as she talks to Rob on the phone about seeking help.

The most important thing to take away from Rob's appearances on KUWTK is that they should be done entirely by his own choosing. Not only should fans respect that, but so should his family. The idea of hiring someone to go out and buy Rob's "socks and underwear," as Kim says in the below clip, makes it seem as though a reality show is the last place Rob would want to be, but if we do end up seeing Rob on Season 10 of KUWTK, I hope it's totally on his terms.