Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian landed their own television series titled "Rob & Chyna" in 2016. Now that the parents of baby Dream had a dramatic split in February, it is not yet sure if there will be a second season of the reality television series.

According to Daily Mail Online, a production source said that "Rob & Chyna" is "up in the air." But, a spokesperson from E! confirmed that Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian are going to be back in "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" Season 13.

The first season of "Rob & Chyna" is actually the cable network's leading unscripted television series in 2016 which ended in December of the same year. In fact, the Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna show is deemed as the most-watched in spite of the critics calling it "painfully dull."

Another source said that Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna had a hard time filming "Rob & Chyna," thus a second season might never happen. "They can't even get through a day together ... They co-parent Dream, but they don't spend time together with Dream," the insider revealed.

However, it looks like Rob Kardashian is really fascinated with her turning-four-month-old baby Dream. The "Dancing with the Stars" contender is all smiles in his photo with her child but behind it is an upcoming custody battle with Blac Chyna.

An insider told People that the guardianship between Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna might get ugly. The former partner of Tyga, who is Kylie Jenner's boyfriend, wants full custody of Dream while her father will only get visitation rights.

Allegedly, Rob Kardashian has never been left alone with Dream, thus he will get the full support of his Kardashian family if the legal battle pushes through. Although the entire famous clan had issues with Blac Chyna, they were happy to know that their relationship worked and he was happy.

But eventually, the Kardashians finally learned Blac Chyna's real intentions. Rob Kardashian, on the other hand, will continue filming "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" as the show will also cover their bloody love affair.