LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian will no longer be giving fans an inside glimpse of their life together on the small screen.
E! News has confirmed that VH1 has canceled the famous couple's reality show LeAnn & Eddie after one season.
Back in July, LeAnn cited the eight-episode series as a way to "take our life back and have fun with our story and where we are now," and her hubby Eddie acknowledged the irony of turning to reality TV as a way to stop tabloid fodder.
"Ultimately, we wanted to do a show and I think that this format and this genre, unscripted, gave us an opportunity to do something fun and work together," he explained.
"What's really real about the show is our relationship juxtaposed by everything the public reads and is fed by the tabloids…ultimately, this is a comedy and that's how we go about our life as well, is we laugh and it really helps."
One of the ongoing tabloid headlines surrounding the couple is pregnancy speculation. Although they have continued to deny that there's a bun in the oven, they've also been open about wanting to have a baby together.
"I know we were not planning on having a child right now, but I also do not want to miss what possibly could be my only opportunity to have a child naturally," the 32-year-old shared with her husband during an episode of their show.
"I know I do want to have a child with LeAnn," Cibrian later confessed to the cameras. "If this is a decision we have to make right now because of her fertility than I say we should just do it."