Lots of major TV shakeups today, yeah? Sure, we're getting a long-overdue Snoop Dogg and Martha Stewart unscripted series on VH1. Meanwhile, Kourtney Kardashian is out here fanning the speculation flames about Keeping Up With the Kardashians' possible end. In addition, according to TMZ, Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian's previously announced spin-off may be mired in hiccups.

Citing "production sources" for the forthcoming E! series Rob & Chyna, TMZ reports that Rob has been bailing on filming commitments over the past few weeks because he fears it's "compromising" his relationship with Chyna. Furthermore, TMZ alleges that Rob is of the opinion that Keeping Up With the Kardashians' ongoing success has "destroyed his family," and he's worried the same will be true with his spin-off series.

In fact, Rob has reportedly been "hot and cold" on his Rob & Chyna duties and was recently a no-show for his grandmother's birthday throwdown in San Diego. In Rob's absence, Chyna was reportedly forced to film solo. A separate report from Entertainment Tonight, also published Monday, claims Rob is simply going through a "dark period" but will "snap out of it" soon.

In a statement announcing the series back in June, E! seemed stoked on the limitless possibilities. "Very few love stories have created as much pop culture buzz as Rob and Chyna's, and we are thrilled to see Rob in such a happy place," E! said in a press release. "We are excited to share the next chapter in their relationship."

That relationship, according to predictably nameless sources, has endured a few bumps in recent weeks. Just last month, Rob erased all signs of Chyna from his Instagram. We were all very confused until E! News stepped in with an explanation, revealing that the couple had a "tiff" that made Rob want to wipe his 'gram in retaliation. "Rob has never cheated on her, but she is very paranoid about that from past experiences," one source said. "[They're] back in love and have spoken through their fight."

E! Entertainment did not immediately respond to Complex's request for comment.