We won’t be seeing Kate Gosselin and her eight adorable children on TLC for quite some time after the series finale of Jon & Kate Plus 8 airs Monday.
The network — which is suing Jon Gosselin for breach of contract — yesterday announced details of the series’ last show, airing on Nov. 23 at 9 p.m.
In the final hour, the estranged pair will venture on separate outings with their brood (twins Cara and Mady, 9, and five-year old sextuplets Alexis, Hannah, Aaden, Collin, Leah and Joel).
Kate, 34, takes the children to a dairy farm and 32-year-old Jon brings them to a local fire station in the final hour-long episode.
Laurie Goldberg, a spokeswoman for the show, confirmed that Monday’s show will be the last of Jon & Kate Plus 8. Plans for the replacement show, Kate Plus 8, are now on hold.
“We are focusing on the launch of Kate’s new series [for] early spring,” said Goldberg. “Kate Plus 8 is not in production.”
The couple announced their divorce on air in June. In September, TLC announced they’d relaunch the series as Kate Plus 8, but Jon’s protests over filming the children remains unresolved.
Cake Boss, a reality show about a New Jersey bakery, will take over the Monday 9 p.m. slot on Nov. 30.