HGTV’s ‘Flip or Flop’ ending after 10 seasons

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HGTV’sFlip or Flop” is ending after 10 seasons.

The show, which follows real estate flippers Tarek El Moussa and Christina Haack teaming up on projects, has spurred a series of spinoffs.

“Flip or Flop” is currently at the tail end of airing its 10th season, which, as it turns out, will be the last episodes produced. The last episode is scheduled to air March 17, 2022.

El Moussa and Haack were previously married and their high profile divorce proceedings starting in 2016 threatened to derail the show, especially after El Moussa exhibited was Haack thought was suicidal behavior, spurring police involvement. El Moussa denied he was suicidal after the incident became public.

The show and couple managed to battle through the publicity and turmoil and continued after the couple’s divorce went through.

After the divorce, both El Moussa and Haack got separate HGTV shows as well, with El Moussa launching “Flipping 101” and Haack appearing in “Christina on the Coast.”

Both have since remarried, though Haack’s filed for divorce from British entertainer Ant Anstead a little after two years of marriage.

“Flipping” has been renewed for another season and is set to start in early 2023; “Coast” is also renewed and will start airing its new season in late 2022, so it appears both stars are sticking with the Discovery owned network for at least a bit longer.

Sister network Food Network almost lost one of its biggest stars, Bobby Flay, in a contract dispute in 2021, but he eventually signed a new deal with the network. Flay reportedly wanted a $100 million to stay on.

Meanwhile, fellow HGTV stars Chip and Joanna Gaines departed HGTV but stayed in the family — with Discovery rebranding DIY Network as the Magnolia Network.