Fans of the VH1 series “Love & Hip Hop” could be getting two more spinoffs. According to the latest rumors, creator Mona Scott-Young is trying to expand her shows to Miami and Houston.

Sources told TMZ that producers of “Love & Hip Hop” have been auditioning people in both cities in hopes of nailing down a cast by April. They reportedly want the first spinoff to premiere late this summer. The outlet reports that the casts for both of the rumored shows will include well-known stars, as well as people who aren't so popular but are involved in the city's nightlife.

It appears that Scott-Young has wanted to expand the series to Miami and Houston for a while. In 2014, she told the JasmineBrand that she would love to add both cities to the roster, as well as Detroit.

“We're always looking to expand,” she teased at the time.

Even though there's no official confirmation that there will be a “Love & Hip Hop: Miami” or a “Love & Hip Hop: Houston,” fans of the series have been taking to Twitter to share their thoughts on the rumors, and it seems most people are in favor of the expansion. See their reactions below:

As previously reported, it was rumored that Scott-Young was adding a New Orleans spinoff. The Shade Room reported that the rumored cast includes rapper Mystikal and social media personalities 10thWardBuck, his girlfriend Trelly, TokyoxVanity, SupaCent, Cheeky Blakk and Sissy Nobby.

Currently, there are three “Love & Hip Hop” shows: New York, Atlanta and Hollywood.