Tia and Tamera Mowry end reality show

    Tia Mowry Hardrict, Tamera Mowry Housley

    Tia and Tamera Mowry are bowing out of the reality TV game after three season of their hit show “Tia & Tamera.”

    The sisters are leaving their show back in 2013. They are very busy ladies these days, so the sisters decided that perhaps it might be best if they ended their Style series to preserve a little time for themselves.

    Tamera made the big announcement on New Year’s Eve, informing fans that she and Tia would no longer film the show. During the run of the series, viewers got a chance to see the sisters through some major life milestones. Tia became a mom and waved goodbye to “The Game,” while Tamera got married and started her own family as well. Through it all, fans got a very real look at their relationship as sisters and just how different the identical twins really are.

    “Wanted to say thank you for all the love and support,” Tamera tweeted December 31. “But most of all welcoming me, my husband, and my son into your homes for three seasons. We are truly blessed:) More than anything I wanted you all to see who I was TRULY as a person and the show ‘Tia and Tamera’ has done that.”

    There’s plenty for Tia and Tamera to do, though, as they continue to promote Mommy Brands and star in their own separate TV shows. Tia’s Nickelodeon sitcom “Instant Mom” has been well received; meanwhile Tamaer is prepping for the return of her own panel talk show “The Real.” Still, Tamera is grateful for all of the support she and her twin sister have gotten over the seasons.

    “Thank you for three amazing years of ‘Tia and Tamera.’ Now… on to my new talk show. ‘The Real’ and some great things I can’t wait to share with you,” she wrote before explicitly confirming that her reality show was over. “Yes, ‘Tia and Tamera’ will not have a season four. Thank you for always supporting us throughout the years.”

    Tia hasn’t offered up any comment on the matter at this time.

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