Fans of TLC's polygamist Williams family on My Five Wives will be disappointed, as the cable channel has decided not to continue on with the family's show after the family finished their second season.
Brady Williams, the patriarch of the family which consists of himself, his wives-Paulie, Robyn, Rosemary, Nonie and Rhonda-and his 30 children: Karlie, Joshua, Madeline, September, Maura, Camry, Hannah, Lauren, Dane, Thomas, Trey, James, Kimberly, Brandon, Taylor, Rachel Aeyden, Paul, Marissa, Tailee, Lake, Arwen, Nikolas and Eden-announced the news on the family's YouTube channel Feb. 4.
However, though the family will no longer be on TV, fans will still be able to keep up with them, as the family is going to keep updating their YouTube channel with updates on their lives.
"Hi America, this is Brady and wives and the whole Williams gang," he says in the clip. "We just wanted to send out thanksgiving to all of our fans, you guys have been with us for the whole two seasons, and we're so appreciative of that."
"As it turns out, TLC, as great as they've been, has decided not to keep going with My Five Wives," he continued. "So, being loyal back to you, we've decided that we're going to keep our own YouTube channel going. We'll have weekly, maybe even biweekly updates, we're going to have lots of crazy fun, just like we always have. Lots of cute Tailee quotes, get your fill on Tailee, and we have a new little baby coming pretty soon, so stay tuned and thank you."
The news that the show was cancelled comes just days after news broke about the network's other famous polygamist family, the Brown family from Sister Wives, who have "legally restructured" their family with patriarch Kody divorcing legal wife Meri and marrying his fourth wife, Robyn, instead.