Three days into 2018 and the ladies of FOX's, The Real already have something to celebrate. The Emmy Award winning talk show, has officially been renewed for two more seasons.

One of the show's hosts, Tamera Mowry-Housley, took to her Instagram to share the exciting news.

"So excited that @therealdaytime just got renewed for two more seasons!! #therealdaytime It's all because of you guys. God is good," Mowry-Housley captioned the photo. The mother of two posted a photo of herself and her three co-hosts, Jeannie Mai, Loni Love, and Adrienne Bailon

"Thxs to all the fans for making this happen.. we will continue to inform, inspire and entertain. I will also continue to get Lit on live tv," Love captioned her photo

The Real's Renewal 

The hit talk show has already been renewed for two seasons for 2018 and 2019. On Wednesday, Fox Television Stations confirmed that the three-time Emmy Award winning show would be renewed for two additional seasons for 2019-2020.

The news shouldn't come as a surprise as the talk show reaches over 37% of television homes.

Warner Bros. President, Ken Werner, announced the news and stated that The Real and Steve Harvey are the only series to last four or more seasons.

"While there are other panel talk series on the air, what truly makes The Real stand out from the pack is that it is comprised of four very strong, very authentic and very engaging hosts whose chemistry is unrivaled," Werner said.

The Real always delivers relatable, topical, and heartfelt conversations to a diverse audience. The ladies of the talk show have proven time and again that they can handle a wide range of subjects and guests, which has been one of the keys to the show's success.

The panel show has also had a wide range of guests such as, Wayne Brady, Erykah Badu, Idris Elba, Kim Kardashian West, Tyler Perry, and Congresswoman Maxine Waters.

The show's executive producer, Rachel Miskowiec, shared that they are really looking forward to continuing the cycle and booking more guests.

Fox's Senior Vice President, Frank Cicha, also shared his thoughts on the shows renewal news.

"On the other hand, it doesn't matter how it got here. Warner Bros. set out to fill a void and it fit our audience perfectly. Congrats to the cast and the crew," Cicha stated