Tia And Tamera To End Their Reality Show


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Tia and Tamera first gained attention from fans as young child stars. For those who were watching the Disney channel during the 1990s, most people will probably remember the twins from their memorable roles in the show Sister, Sister.

Sister, Sister ran from 1994 until 1999, and starred Tia and Tamera as twins who were separated at birth, only to reconnect as teenagers. Since then, they had not been seen in much other than a couple of movies that were made for the Disney channel, and were not seen by many people.

Although it has been fairly recent since their reality series was launched, they announced recently that they would not be continuing with the show. It has aired for three seasons, and will not be coming back for a fourth.

The two of them launched the reality series about their own lives, and simply called the show Tia & Tamera. The show was launched in 2011, and focused on the two of them and their everyday efforts as they juggled motherhood and marriage with their careers.

The news of the show's cancellation was revealed to fans originally through Tamera's twitter. She confirmed the show's cancellation, and then continued to tweet thank you messages to her fans for the support over the past three seasons.

Tia and Tamera have chosen to end the show as a way to stay out of the spotlight, and while they have been on the screen since they were kids, they may simply need a break.

Despite the fact that they will be ending their show, the two of them will not be completely disappearing from the spotlight, but will not be showcased in the way that they were before.

Each of them will continue being active with television while Tia Mowry-Hardrict is currently working on her new television comedy, Instant Mom, and Tamera Mowry-Housley is a panelist on new talk show The Real, which debuted in the U.S. in July of 2013.

Reality television is not for everyone, and while some stars may enjoy having their lives showcased for everyone to see, Tia and Tamera are ready to move on to other things.

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