Thanks to Jenelle Evans, MTV might be canceling one of its hit shows, “Teen Mom 2.”

The 21-year-old reality starlet has been in the tabloids practically every week, sometimes every day, ever since she got married to Courtland Rogers just two months ago.

The two have had very public breakups and makeups via Twitter, but their last fight ended their marriage.

Rogers allegedly assaulted the “Teen Mom” star, as Twitter posts led her fans to believe. As a result, Evans wound up in the hospital and miscarried their child.

She refused to see her estranged husband while recovering from their fight when he rushed to her bedside.

The reality star announced via Facebook that she would be getting a divorce from Rogers as soon as possible and made sure to change her name on her social media accounts from Rogers back to Evans.

Though MTV thrives on such controversy, Evans’ scandals seem to be too much even for the network’s bosses to handle, the New York Post wrote. In the past she also has been in trouble with the law and been accused of being a heroin addict.

An "insider" told the paper that "Teen Mom" is “definitely on its way out” since the network considering the young mother “too much of a liability.”

The insider added: “The way she's going, she could literally die and MTV will be blamed for it.

“They should have just taken away all her Twitters and Facebooks. Whatever.”

MTV isn't saying what will happen. According to the Daily Mail, the network released a statement: “No decision has been made yet regarding a fifth season of 'Teen Mom 2.' But the network is planning to air the fourth season this year and will announce the premiere date soon.” 

"Teen Mom 2" is currently airing on MTV every Monday night at 10/9c.