Former child stars Tia and Tamera Mowry are leaving the world of reality TV behind them and are moving on to focus on their careers in the talk show and scripted series industries.
After kicking off their reality show, “Tia and Tamera” back in 2011, the twin actresses are happy to bid the show farewell.
“Tia and Tamera will not have a season 4,” Tamera tweeted on Tuesday. “Thank you for always supporting us throughout the years. Tia n I decided it was time 2 live r family lives behind the cameras.”
After three successful seasons in reality TV, the sisters are building their empires and will still remain in the spotlight.
Tamera Mowry-Housley will be focusing on her role as a cohost on the daytime talk show “The Real,” which debuted last summer.
Tamera is joined by R&B star Tamar Braxton, comedian Loni Love, Jeannie Mai from “How Do I Look?” and actress Adrienne Bailon on “The Real,” which will launch nationwide on 18 Fox stations in the fall.
“‘The Real’ brought viewers a unique combination of elements that were missed from daytime, a real, multicultural conversation about issues that women of all ages are talking about,” president of Warner Bros. Domestic Distribution, Ken Warner, said of the show.
The series will focus on the life of a former party girl, played by Tia, turned mom as she deals with the challenges of step-motherhood.
Michael Boatman will take on the role of Tia’s husband who is already the father of three children.
The series will follow Tia’s character, Stephanie, as she “traverses the fine line between being a friend and being a responsible parent” according to the NickMom website.
It’s very likely that the famous twins will be missed on the Style Network as their reality show held great ratings for all three seasons.