Is "Dance Moms" getting canceled? Is Abby Lee Miller being replaced? Is Maddie Ziegler going to make a comeback to save the show? These are questions that have been up in the air for months now, but we may finally have some definite answers thanks to sources from inside the show.

Brynn Rumfallo's mom, Ashlee Allen, speaks out about cancellation of 'Dance Moms'

There has been a lot of drama on this past season of the hit Lifetime Reality TV show "Dance Moms." That's nothing new, though, considering the whole point of the show is for there to drama.

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But this season the drama has been different. Many of the dancers have left, like JoJo Siwa or have considered leaving, like Kendall Vertes and Nia Frazier, because of it.

Ashlee Allen, mother of elite junior team member Brynn Rumfallo, has recently spoken out, stating that there hasn't been a definite cancellation, but that it is in the works. The dance mom said that producers are waiting on some things and trying to work out how they should go about it. As of right now, nobody knows exactly how it's going to go down.

Are Abby's legal issues the reason for the possible cancellation?

It has been said for a while now that Abby Lee Miller's legal issues have been putting the show at stake. It seems now as though that may be true considering she could face up to 30 months or more in federal prison. She faces sentencing in nearly a month on January 20, 2017. There are some sources speculating that maybe to save the show, producers will have Cathy Nesbitt-Stein take her place at the Abby Lee Dance Company as that would stir up drama, but it is very unlikely.

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Also, Abby wrote a message to social media the other day, and the way she worded it made it seem like she was confirming the end of the show.

Aside from the dance coach's legal issues, the show itself has been losing views this past season. This past season, "Dance Moms" has only been raking in around 1 million views. On the surface, that may seem like a lot, but compared to how well it used to do with nearly 3 million viewers at its peak, it hasn't been doing very well.

So it doesn't seem like it would even be in Lifetime's best interest to save the show. Nobody knows for sure, but it's clear that things are not looking good.

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