Tia and Tamera Mowry, the identical twins who got their start as child stars on "Sister, Sister" in the '90s, announced this week that they are walking away from their reality show after three seasons.
The show, "Tia & Tamera," premiered in 2011 on the Style Network and then moved to E! this past year. It captured the now-35-year-old siblings' lives as they navigated through some of the most important moments like marriage and children.
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But now the sisters reportedly want to keep their private lives out of the spotlight. Tia Mowry-Hardrict is instead focusing on her Nickelodeon show, "Instant Mom," while Tamera Mowry-Housley is working as a panelist on the talk show "The Real."
Mowry-Hardrict opened up about why they chose to do the show in the first place in an interview with the Huffington Post last year.
"My sister and I decided to do it because for so long we lived such private lives. We wanted to finally just give back to our fans," she said. "They’ve been with us for so long, ever since we were 14 years old and it seems like whatever project we do, whether it's 'Twitches' or 'Double Wedding' or 'Seventeen Again,' they show up so we wanted to give back."
Fans are sure to miss the sisters and their families, as evidenced by some of the reactions on Twitter.
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