The couple, Joanna and Chip Gaines, announced on Tuesday that the "Fixer Upper" will be going off the air for a while after its Season 5. In a recent blog post posted by Gaines, it says, "This has been an amazing adventure! We have poured our blood, sweat, and tears into this show."

To recall, the reality TV program first aired in 2013 and it featured how they ran their company. While the couple confirmed the news to Entertainment Tonight, both of them emphasized that the decision to end their show has nothing to do with recent reports in the tabloids. The couple added that there's nothing wrong with their family and their marriage has never been this stronger.

Taking a break for a while

Joanna and Chip believe that they both need to catch their breath for a while so, ending the show in its fifth season is the best decision to take. In their statement, the couple said, "Our plan is to take this time to shore up and strengthen the spots that are weak. They further added that they wanted to spend some time resting and spend more time with other significant things in their lives.

While the couple is saying goodbye to their loyal audience, they added that they'll remain committed to home renovations in Texas. Joanna and Chip concluded their statement by saying that they are still excited for whatever the future holds for them.

Right choice

A report from Fox News revealed that the couple feels sad about their announcement.

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However, they believe that it is the best and right choice to take. Further reports confirmed that ending the show has nothing to do with any conflict in their personal life. In fact, in an article by People Home and Travel earlier this month, they reportedly laughed all the divorce rumors off.

The couple added that for the meantime, they wanted to focus their time on their family and other business activities. As they are about to end the show, the couple promised that their mission for Waco will continue. Both are not yet done renovating homes and they will always continue with the mission of working towards home restoration.

The upcoming season 5 of "Fixer Upper" is reportedly airing in November and which will shortly be followed by the "Behind the Design" spinoff. The couple added that helping those people restore their homes is, in fact, a mission that they're only just getting started on.

The avid audience still looks forward to a time when this popular HGTV show might return on the air for another season. More updates will be announced by the Gaines couple very soon.