Tarek El Moussa and Christina Haack's "Flip or Flop" is ending after 10 years on HGTV.
The show documented the former couple's relationship, which ended in divorce in 2018.
The show is reportedly ending because filming became "too intimate" for the pair.
2008: El Moussa and Haack joined forces.
In the early 2000s, El Moussa and Haack met through work, at a real-estate office — El Moussa got his real estate license when he was just 21-years-old.
They joined forces both professionally and personally, and in 2008, the crash of the housing market hit them hard. They had to move to a cheaper home before "Flip or Flop" started, according to the OC Register.
2009: The couple got married.
2010: Haack gave birth for the first time.
Shortly after getting married, Haack gave birth to the couple's first child, Taylor Reese.
According to Haack, the delivery was speedy and pretty easy.
2011: Their "Flip or Flop" journey began.
In 2011, on a whim, El Moussa asked a friend to help him make an audition tape for HGTV. The friend helped him film an entire episode about the process of flipping a house.
The whole thing was done for fun, and when they sent the audition tape in, no one really believed it would lead to anything. As it turns out, the production company loved it, and HGTV became interested in making the show.
April 2013: "Flip or Flop" made it onto TV.
It wasn't until 2012 that HGTV signed the couple for a weekly program about the process of flipping houses, which would become "Flip or Flop."
According to Popsugar, the network was originally worried that people would respond negatively to the show since it was about buying and flipping foreclosed homes, so they decided to air it at 11 p.m.
In April 2013, "Flip or Flop" premiered on TV for the first time.
Later that year, El Moussa ran into some serious health issues.
In 2013, the show led to a very serious diagnosis.
A nurse who was watching "Flip or Flop" said she noticed that El Moussa had a lump in his neck, and actually called into the show's production company about it. He had the lump examined and doctors later diagnosed him with stage 2 thyroid cancer.
He went into treatment, and two months after being treated, he learned that he had testicular cancer. This second diagnosis was initially kept private, and the cancer was removed.
2015: Haack gave birth for the second time.
In 2015, Haack was able to carry out a full-term pregnancy and gave birth to their son, Brayden James.
Per Popsugar, she opened up about how difficult the experience was in a blog post on her friend's site, writing, "I pushed HARD for 2 hours but his shoulders were stuck and his heart rate kept dropping. In the end, I had to go in for an emergency c-section."
May 2016: Police responded to a possible suicidal male at their house.
Us Weekly reported that, on May 23, 2016, Orange County police were called to the El Moussa home in response to a "possibly suicidal male with a gun."
Eyewitnesses reportedly told police that they saw El Moussa "run out of his back door, jump over his back fence, and walk northbound into the hiking trails of the Chino Hills State Park."
A witness said Haack was following him and was "crying and shaking." One of Haack's friends was in the home at the time and told police she saw him grab a handgun before he left.
El Moussa ended up being OK. He told police that he had "no intention of hurting himself" and that he only took the gun for protection. Police seized five guns from his home after he voluntarily agreed to "relinquish all of his firearms."
December 2016: They announced their separation.
In December 2016, El Moussa and Haack officially announced their separation in a statement to Us Weekly, referencing the firearm incident.
"Like many couples, we have had challenges in our marriage," the statement said. "We had an unfortunate misunderstanding about six months ago and the police were called to our house in an abundance of caution."
"There was no violence and no charges were filed. We chose to get counseling to sort out our relationship. Together, we have decided to separate while we reevaluate the future of our marriage," the statement went on to say.
"During this process, we are committed to our kids and being the best parents we can be. We will continue to work through this process civilly and cooperatively, and plan to continue our professional life together."
Reports surfaced that the couple had actually been separated since May 2016, right after their big fight where police were called. When their separation was announced, the two were reportedly already dating other people.
January 2017: El Moussa officially filed for divorce.
About a month after announcing their separation, El Moussa's lawyer told People that he had officially filed for divorce and confirmed that El Moussa was requesting spousal support from Haack.
The divorce was filed amid reports of alleged infidelity.
March 2017: Haack opened up about their divorce.
In the spring of 2017, amidst reports that Haack and El Moussa weren't getting along, Haack did an interview with E! News, where she talked about their relationship publicly.
Haack said, "The kids are great. My son is literally like the happiest kid on the planet. He brings so much joy to our lives. Taylor is amazing. She's feisty and funny. She's a very sweet, loving girl."
She also said, "Tarek and I are in a very good place right now. We're doing a really good job. We share the kids 50/50 and our communication is great. Like I said, the kids are happy, so everyone's doing really well."
August 2017: Haack officially filed for divorce.
It wasn't until August that Haack filed her own petition for divorce. In paperwork obtained by People magazine, she cited "irreconcilable differences" as the reason.
October 2017: El Moussa discussed the reason behind the divorce.
Per Yahoo, during an appearance on "The Doctors," El Moussa discussed why he felt his marriage to Haack didn't work out.
"I feel like if we had better communication, we would have had a better relationship," he told them. "I think as time went on, you get busier and busier. It was like overnight: businesses, TV, all these things happened overnight, then the cancer and the back surgery. It just kind of started pushing us apart from each other."
January 2018: Their divorce was finalized.
A representative for the couple confirmed to Page Six that their divorce was finalized on Monday, January 22.
The exes continued to film "Flip or Flop" despite the divorce.
December 2018: Haack married Ant Ansted.
Haack and Anstead of "Wheelers Dealers" tied the knot in December 2018 after they started dating in October 2017, as People reported.
They welcomed a son, Hudson London, nine months later in September 2019, according to People.
April 2019: HGTV aired Haack's first solo series.
Although El Moussa and Haack continued to film "Flip or Flop," Haack also filmed her own HGTV docuseries "Christina on the Coast" that spotlighted her solo renovation endeavors.
The first season of the series gave HGTV double-digit rating growth, according to a press release from the network.
March 2020: El Moussa also got his own HGTV show.
El Moussa helps new home flippers learn the ropes of the business in "Flipping 101 w/ Tarek El Moussa."
September 2020: Haack announced she and Anstead were separating.
On Instagram, Haack shared that she and Anstead were separating after less than two years of marriage.
Their divorce was finalized in June 2021, according to USA Today.
July 2020: El Moussa proposed to Heather Rae Young.
El Moussa popped the question to the "Selling Sunset" star on their one-year anniversary, according to E! News.
The outlet reported that the couple moved in together after just a week of dating.
July 2021: El Moussa reportedly yelled at Haack while filming "Flip or Flop."
People reported that El Moussa yelled at Haack and compared her to his fiancée amid "Flip or Flop" filming.
"Look at me, look at me, look at me. It's called winning," El Moussa said to Haack, according to People. The publication also reported that he called his ex-wife a "washed-up loser" during the incident.
People later reported that a source said El Moussa was "super remorseful" about his comments. But the same source went on to say that Haack and El Moussa aren't friends.
"They're exes who share a history and children and a workplace, but outside of co-parenting, they're not friends," the source told People.
September 2021: Haack and her boyfriend, Joshua Hall, got engaged.
Haack announced she was engaged on Instagram.
Hall, a realtor based in Austin, and Haack only dated for a few months before he popped the question, as People reported that Haack had a new love interest in July 2021.
October 2021: El Moussa and Young got married.
The reality stars said their vows near Santa Barbara, California. Young also officially changed her last name to El Moussa.
March 10, 2022: El Moussa and Haack announced the current season of "Flip or Flop" would be their last.
HGTV confirmed the series ending in a statement provided to Insider, adding that the duo's individual series would continue.
"Tarek El Moussa and Christina Haack are long-time, fan-favorite stars on HGTV and it's true that 'Flip or Flop' is coming to an end after an epic 10-season run as a top-rated unscripted series," a representative for HGTV said in a statement to Insider. "More than 90 million viewers have watched the popular series since its premiere in 2013. We look forward to seeing more of Tarek and Christina's real life, real estate and renovation adventures in upcoming episodes of their solo series 'Flipping 101 with Tarek El Moussa' and 'Christina on the Coast.'"
Neither Haack nor El Moussa mentioned each other in their posts.
Around the same time, People reported the show was ending because filming had become "too intimate" for the exes.
People reported that a source familiar with the situation said that "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 source went on to say.
Representatives for El Moussa and Haack did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.
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