The hit series, which launched in 2011, offered a real-life look into the life of the former child stars.
With the Style Network rebranding and becoming the male-oriented Esquire Network, the 35-year-old actresses have moved on to their other respective ventures. Housley addressed the issue on her Twitter page.
In a series of tweets, her unedited messages read: “Wanted to say Thank You for all the love and support. But most of all welcoming me, my husband, n my son into your homes for 3 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. Thank you for 3 amazing years of Tia and Tamera. Now… onto my new talk show The Real and some great things I can’t wait to share with u Yes, Tia and Tamera will not have a season 4. Thank you for always supporting us throughout the years. Tia n I decided it was time 2 live r family lives behind the cameras:) U can still look forward 2 Tia’s Instant Mom n my talk show the real.”
Starting in the fall of 2014, Housley makes her debut with an ensemble of co-hosts on the Fox talk show “The Real.” The daytime chat show, also hosted by comedienne Loni Love, singer/reality star Tamar Braxton, singer/actress Adrienne Bailon and TV talent Jeannie Mai, was picked up for a full season order after a successful four-week sneak peek during the summer of 2013.
Hardrict’s new sitcom, “Instant Mom” is a hit on Nick at Nite/NickMom and been renewed for a second season.
The former “Sister, Sister” stars are also working on several lines of mommy products that they hope to launch this year as well.