Source Reveals Why Flip Or Flop Is Really Ending

After 10 seasons, "Flip or Flop" is ending, news which was announced in an Instagram post by co-host Christina Haack on Thursday. "Bittersweet news to announce, it's the end of an era," the reality star captioned a photo of herself with the cast of the HGTV show. "Next week's episode of Flip or Flop will be the SERIES finale," Haack continued. "I'm filled with gratitude to have done 10 seasons of a hit show. I remember filming the pilot and thinking, 'wouldn't this be crazy [if this] actually made it to network tv?' And here we are, a decade later."

The mom of three went on to thank everyone involved in the production and teased that she is working on a new project.

So why is "Flip or Flop" ending now? After all, fans thought the home renovation series would stop filming after Haack announced she and her co-host Tarek El Moussa were divorcing in 2017. Instead, the ex-couple went right on filming!

Now, a source claims to know about new drama behind the scenes and is sharing insight with People.

The dynamic on the Flip or Flop set may not be working

Both Haack and El Moussa have since moved on with other people since splitting up. The "Christina on the Coast" star married and then divorced Ant Anstead — after welcoming their son Hudson in 2019. She has since gotten engaged to realtor Joshua Hall, with some fans speculating the two are already married.

Meanwhile, El Moussa recently said "I do" to "Selling Sunset" star Heather Rae Young. And now People reports that filming "Flip or Flop" just became "too intimate" for the exes, who share two children, Taylor and Brayden. A source told the outlet, "Tarek and Christina are generally cordial. They're co-parenting and nothing gets in the way of that. The show was just too intimate of a setting at this point and it was time to close that chapter."

The end of the show may also have something to do with El Moussa's alleged verbally abusive behavior toward Haack (via TMZ). Among his alleged insults was the star dad saying to his former wife, "Look at me, look at me, look at me. It's called winning. The world knows you're crazy!"