The 'Rob & Chyna' star split from her on/off fiancé - with whom she shares four-month-old daughter Dream - recently and is channelling her energy into the new work ''opportunities'' she has been presented with.
A source told People magazine: ''We haven't gone into production of the second season yet. It hasn't been determined how we're moving forward. A lot would have to be undone for it not to still be on.
''She's great. She's just working. There's a lot of opportunities out there and she's growing. There's a little extra on her plate now with Dream, but it isn't as life-changing as when she had King.''
Meanwhile, Chyna recently insisted she is ''in it for the long haul'' with Rob.
She said: ''I feel like every person who's in a long-term relationship, or who is committed to their person, goes through ups and downs. Everything isn't always going to be peaches and cream. If it is, then it's fake. I'm in it for the long haul, so I feel like my advice [for anyone in a similar situation] is therapy, know each other's family, calling each other's moms.
''I feel like everything isn't going to be perfect, but I know we love each other and we're fighting for each other, and the people we surround ourselves with are rooting for us. It makes everything much easier.
''And we also have Dream. So we're looking at the bigger picture. We have a whole other human being that looks up to us, so we have to makes sure she's taken care of. He's a wonderful dad. I think it's because he had such a great father.''
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