Tarek & Christina El Moussa Sign On to Star Together in More Episodes of ‘Flip or Flop’ Despite Divorce

“We can put our hate aside for that much cash!”

HGTV’s favorite estranged couple, Tarek and Christina El Moussa, will be on your television set—together—for a long time to come! The couple rose to fame on their HGTV hit show Flip or Flop but separated very publicly last year.

It seems that the couple has been able to put their personal troubles behind them– at least enough to continue making their show. HGTV recently announced that, although Tarek and Christina are still separated, they have signed on to extend the seventh season of ‘Flip or Flop’ with more episodes.

HGTV says the couple will star together on 20 more of episodes of the hit show.

“Five of the [new] episodes are currently in post-production, with filming of the remaining episodes continuing through the fall,” a network press release stated. “In Season 7 of the popular series, Tarek and Christina, who spent several years building their successful house flipping business, will continue to focus on finding, buying, renovating and flipping homes for profit in Southern California.”

Despite their personal drama (that includes, but is not limited to, a bizarre domestic incident involving a gun and new beaus) the couple is staying together, at least in front of the camera.

The network even briefly addressed the couple’s divorce drama in the press release.

“While the couple has separated, each one has turned the page to a new life that includes a continued commitment to running their house flipping business together and delivering fresh episodes of ‘Flip or Flop,’” the press release reads.

The HGTV website states that season 7 will focus on “the ups and downs of Tarek and Christina’s house flipping business as well as their family life,” so there’s a chance the couple may let viewers see some of their personal drama play out on the show.

Christina and Tarek said they are enjoying working together, despite their split.

“Tarek and I have been working together for a long time and we look forward to continuing to work together on ‘Flip or Flop,’” Christina said in a statement.

“From the beginning, HGTV has shown Christina and me tremendous support and we are excited to go out there and flip many more houses for ‘Flip or Flop,’” Tarek said.

The new episodes are scheduled to start airing this December on HGTV.

(Photo courtesy of HGTV)





10 Responses

  1. I used to enjoy this show, but after the endless drama & backbiting, I will never watch again. And I have to agree w/ the post about her voice- it’s NOT GOOD! They both need to shut up & take a seat.

  2. This show is a 30-somethings version of Jersey Shore. No one admits to watching it, and if someone​ catches you, quickly blame your TV for recording the wrong show and change the channel. ?

  3. They had NO chemistry when they were married! Now it’s just all about the money. Sad that they are trying to make more profit by continuing to whore around and letting that play out on TV. They are not even thinking about their children.

  4. Hmm… Wondering if they renewed because they didn’t want the new couple of Flip or Flop Vegas to take their spotlight!

  5. No surprise they agreed to do this. Money has clearly been their priority all along. They prioritized that above their marriage even when they saw it was faltering.

  6. I watch a lot of HGTV, but can’t stand that two and their show. The concept of flipping houses is interesting, but the obnoxious manufactured drama they try to create surrounding budgets is over the top, and they come across as whiny idiots. They lost me when they bought a foreclosure with comps at $700,000+ for $490,000, and budgeted $20,000 for rehab, then freaked the fuck out about water damage (that they knew about before hand) that was going to cost another $20k. They’re so full of shit.

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