It seems that “Dance Moms” just could not catch a break. Following Abby Lee Miller’s shocking legal battle, the cast of the reality series has been dropping like flies. chloe lukasiak has previously revealed that she decided to return to “Dance Moms” because she missed competing. But since the Lifetime show has been getting more setbacks than progress, the fate of the show seemingly relied on the teen’s shoulders.

For those who have been a fan of “Dance Moms” since day one, they will agree that Chloe Lukasiak’s comeback makes a lot of sense. The young dancer has been performing and competing since she was just a little girl, so although she has already added actress and model to her resume, dancing is still her number one passion.

After all, “Dance Moms” helped put her name out there.

Is Chloe's return a hit or miss?

Many already expected that “Dance Moms” may have already reached the end of the line after Abby Lee Miller pleaded guilty for her fraud and money laundering cases. Her tough teaching may be hard to watch at times, but it’s also one of the main reasons why people got hooked on the show. With the resident tough teacher’s possible jail time soon, the reality dance television series will certainly be not as entertaining. Cue in Chloe Lukasiak.

The fan favorite's return has brought back the hype to “Dance Moms” even after all the bad vibes that it has been getting following Abby Lee Miller’s cases. With so many twists happening to the reality series’ new season, many have thought that the show still has a lot of new things to offer to the viewers.

However, a spoiler page and the cast’s posts on social media hinted that “Dance Moms” will, unfortunately, be ending soon.

Lifetime show keeps losing cast

“Dance Moms” cast and Abby Lee Dance Company (ALDC) Junior Elite Competition team member since season 2, Kendall Vertes, posted a cryptic message to her Instagram story, sharing that this will be her last week on the Lifetime show.

“This week marks that last week of the most amazing chapter in my life so far #DMforever,” the teen wrote. This seemingly confirmed that the 14-year-old dancer is ending her journey with the series. To make matters worse, the spoiler page noted that there would only have two episodes of filming left.

Before her post, Kendall Vertes, Kalani Hillier, Nia Frazier, and Camryn Bridges have left the ALDC studio to join Chloe Lukasiak.

The newly formed dream team then competed as a new group with a provocative performance which left a bad taste in Abby Lee Miller's mouth, leading her to quit the show. Following Miller’s exit, Ashlee and her daughter Brynn Rumfallo also left "Dance Moms."