Tarek and Christina El Moussa may have raked in a ton of dough during their time on HGTV’s “Flip or Flop” series, but the estranged couple won’t be cashing in on the network’s five new spinoffs, according to Monday reports. Although it was the El Moussa’s idea to expand the home renovation series, they won’t be getting paid for the newly franchised series, even if the new shows have successful ratings, TMZ reported.

Over the next two years, HGTV will reportedly introduce “Flip or Flop” series based in Atlanta, Chicago, Las Vegas, Nashville and Texas. Reports of the spinoff come amid Tarek El Moussa and Christina El Moussa’s decision to get a divorce after announcing their split back in May 2016, which caused some fans to speculate if the series would be canceled.

Although the El Moussas won’t receive a paycheck for the expanded series, sources close to production told TMZ that the network wasn’t trying to “phase out” the couple. Instead, it was using the spinoffs as a way to strengthen the brand.

The spinoffs were also in the works long before the couple, who share two children, decided to call it quits, Allison Page, general manager of U.S. programming and development for HGTV, Food Network and Travel Channel, told US Magazine recently.

"We've been building this franchise for over a year and a half, and we're thrilled to bring new chapters, new stories and new talent to complement a series that's been a big success,” Page said.

The show originators have reportedly been told they won’t receive any additional payment for the spinoffs.

The first spinoff, which was scheduled to debut April 6, will follow MMA fighter Bristol Marunde and his wife Aubrey Marunde as they purchase fixer-uppers in Sin City. “Flip or Flop Atlanta” has been slated to premiere during the summer while the Texas and Nashville spinoffs will reportedly air in February 2018. “Flip or Flop Chicago’s” air date had yet to be announced.