Looks like “Mama June: From Not To Hot” Season 3 could be the final installment of the WE tv series now that Mama June Shannon has chosen to be with her ex-convict boyfriend Geno Doak.

Over the weekend, sources close to Mama June’s family disclosed to TMZ that the fourth season of the reality series is a “no-go” because of the titular star’s refusal to get professional help for her drug addiction and her “off-the-rails conduct.”

Show producers have reportedly reached out to Alana “Honey Boo Boo” Thompson’s mother, but their efforts were futile because Mama June refused to enter rehab. The producers are willing to help Mama June get better, but it’s really up to the star of the show if she’s willing to get herself out of danger.

If Mama June continues to refuse the help show producers are extending to her, this could be the end of her TV career. Losing her career would lead to financial repercussions, but Mama June is still adamantly scaring the network away.

Meanwhile, there were rumors claiming that Honey Boo Boo and older sister Lauryn “Pumpkin” Shannon could be getting their own reality series. It should be noted that in the finale of “From Not To Hot” Season 3, Pumpkin, 19, was given custody over her 13-year-old sister.

Alana has since moved out of Mama June’s house and is currently staying with Pumpkin and the latter’s family. Based on Honey Boo Boo’s social media posts, she’s enjoying her life now that she’s keeping her distance from her troubled mother.

There’s no confirmation yet if Honey Boo Boo and Pumpkin are really getting their own reality series. But many of their fans agree that it’s a good idea considering what happened in the third installment of their family series.

“The show should be retitled ‘Pumpkin in Charge.’ Geno, Sugar Bear, Jennifer, and her kid should be long gone. It should show Mama June’s journey to recovery because that is reality. I’d like to see HBB’s journey back to a 13 year old’s world, i.e. school, friends etc. and Ella growing up,” one fan commented on Alana’s viral post with her sister.

Do you agree that Honey Boo Boo and Pumpkin should get their own show? Sound off in the comments below.

Alana and Lauryn Thompson Pictured: Alana “Honey Boo Boo” Thompson (left) and Lauryn “Pumpkin” Shannon attend WE tv’s premiere fashion event celebrating “Bridezillas” at Angel Orensanz Foundation in New York City on March 13, 2019. Photo: Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images