It is the tip of an period for “Flip or Flop” followers after Christina Haack and Tarek El Moussa announce the tip of their long-running HGTV collection. The closing episode will air on March 17, 2022, at 8 p.m. Eastern time.
The former spouses and co-hosts introduced the “bittersweet” information on their respective Instagram accounts on March 10, 2022.
“I’m crammed with gratitude to have carried out 10 seasons of a success show. I keep in mind filming the pilot and pondering, ‘would not this be loopy if is that this truly made it to community television?’ And right here we’re, a decade later,” Haack wrote.
“From the underside of my coronary heart, I need to thank every considered one of you who’ve watched the show all through the years. I’m past grateful for the help,” the 38-year-old continued. “I additionally need to thank the wonderful crew who labored so onerous to make this show attainable. It’s been a wild journey to say the least!!”
El Moussa additionally thanked the show’s followers, writing, “You guys have been with us by means of all of it—you watched me beat most cancers, you’ve got watched the infants develop up into essentially the most wonderful little people, and all the pieces in between however I’m not going wherever and I can promise that you’re going to love what comes subsequent!”
The pair have been married when “Flip or Flop” premiered in 2013. They share daughter Taylor, 11, and son Brayden, 6.
Since their break up in 2016, Haack welcomed son Hudson, 2, with ex-husband Ant Anstead and is now engaged to Joshua Hill. El Moussa married “Selling Sunset” star Heather Rae Young in October 2021.
Haack & El Moussa Had Second Thoughts About Filming Season 11
Filming on season 11 had already begun, in response to TMZ, however the pair had second ideas. The publication reported they wished to finish on a “excessive notice.”
Though People reported the pair didn’t need to work so intently. “Tarek and Christina are usually cordial. They’re co-parenting and nothing will get in the best way of that,” a supply advised People. “The show was simply too intimate of a setting at this level and it was time to shut that chapter.”
News “Flip or Flop” is ending comes simply months after an on-set battle made headlines in July 2021.
TMZ reported the argument was sparked when Haack stated it was time to movie, with El Moussa calling her a “washed-up loser” and proclaiming that he’s “profitable.”
“As you may think about – you recognize – it may be aggravating working with an ex and we did have an incident the place some alternative phrases have been stated on either side and I’m positive we each want the entire thing by no means occurred,” El Moussa stated throughout a September 2021 look on “Daily Pop.” The 40-year-old vowed to “by no means once more” undergo such a disagreement.
El Moussa & Haack Signed Multi-Year Deals With HGTV
Fans will nonetheless have loads of alternatives to look at Haack and El Moussa, who each signed multi-year offers with HGTV.
“Tarek and Christina are an essential a part of the HGTV programming technique with their magnetic personalities and the actual property savvy that it takes to make persistently worthwhile renovation and design selections,” the President of HGTV, Jane Latman, stated in a press launch. “We’re excited for the long run and now their tens of millions of followers can stay up for extra nice star-powered content material.”
Haack’s solo collection, “Christina on the Coast,” will return in late 2022, whereas El Moussa’s “Flipping 101 with Tarek El Moussa” is slated to premiere in early 2023.