The house-flipping phenomenon — which followed the ex couple as they worked as a team to fix up damaged or foreclosed properties — ran for an incredible ten seasons and enjoyed high ratings from viewers, but fans will see the series' surprise conclusion next week.
“Tarek El Moussa and Christina Haack are long-time, fan-favorite stars on HGTV and it’s true that Flip or Flop is coming to an end after an epic 10-season run as a top-rated unscripted series,” HGTV confirmed to People.
“More than 90 million viewers have watched the popular series since its premiere in 2013," the statement continued. "We look forward to seeing more of Tarek and Christina‘s real life, real estate and renovation adventures in upcoming episodes of their solo series Flipping 101 with Tarek El Moussa and Christina on the Coast.”
"I will be forever grateful to have had a series for a decade," Haack told the outlet of the show's upcoming end. "It's a huge accomplishment and everyone who worked on the show should be very proud."
"The series made it through ups and downs and trust me it wasn't always easy," she added, possibly referring to her turbulent divorce and on-air arguments with her ex-husband. "I'm looking forward to my next chapter and working in positive, fun and creative environments. I'm ready to let go of the stress and enjoy life and all it has to offer."
Although the network did not specify the reason why the series was coming to an abrupt end, tensions ran high while filming the show's latest season.
As OK! previously reported, in July, El Moussa lost his cool on the cohost on set with him bragging about his then-fiancé — now-wife Heather Rae Young — and calling Haack a "washed up loser" as well as shouting, "look at me, look at me, look at me. It’s called winning!"
The two television personalities will continue their HGTV journey, as they host their individual shows Flipping 101 with Tarek El Moussa and Christina on the Coast.