“Fixer Upper” is one of HGTV’s highest rated shows, so fans are likely shocked by Chip and Joanna Gaines’ recent announcement: the show is ending.

While networks usually make cancellation decisions, HGTV did not make the call to cancel the show. Chip and Joanna decided that they were ready for a break. In an entry on Joanna’s Magnolia Market blog, the two posted a video and explained that “Fixer Upper” Season 5 would be the final season for the lifestyle show.

“We are making an announcement today that the fifth season, which will begin in November and take us all the way into the second quarter of 2018, will be our last,” Chip said.

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There are several reasons behind Chip and Joanna Gaines' reasons for ending "Fixer Upper."  HGTV

“I think for a while now, we felt like Season 5 was going to be our final for this chapter,” Joanna added. “We started out as business owners. Our beautiful business here in Waco needs our attention. We need to pour into that as much as we can. We are a family. Our beautiful children are growing up so quickly. Drake is almost a teenager. So I think the idea that we get to kind of step back and just get kind of fresh with vision, get some rest but also just hunker down with our kiddos. [This] is something we’re excited about but sad that this chapter in our lives is coming to an end.”

In the blog that accompanied the video, the Waco, Texas-based couple promised that there was no scandal behind the decision to end “Fixer Upper.” “Our family is healthy and our marriage has honestly never been stronger,” the husband and wife wrote. “This has nothing to do with a fraudulent skincare line or anything else you’ll inevitably read. This is just us recognizing that we need to catch our breath for a moment.”

Earlier this summer, the couple was plagued by divorce rumors. Chip went on Twitter last month to promise that he “won’t ever” break up with Joanna, to whom he has been married since 2003.

The couple thanked their fans and assured them that while the show is ending, their careers are thriving. Fans haven’t seen the last of Chip and Joanna Gaines. They’ll still be running their company Magnolia.

Those in Texas can check out the brand’s brick and mortar location, which includes shopping and dining, or they can get a Gaines-approved house from the real estate agents at Magnolia Realty. Visitors can rent a house with Magnolia Stay.

Fans everywhere can check out Magnolia’s website, which includes a section for shopping. The lifestyle brand also has a print magazine, Magnolia Journal.

Their next venture will put Magnolia in stores across the country. Chip and Joanna are collaborating with Target on a new home goods line. Hearth & Hand with Magnolia is set to launch Nov. 5 in Target stores and on Target’s website. The items will be affordable with a price range from $.99 to $129.99, but Target announced that the majority of the line will be under $30.

“We’ve always dreamed of working with a retailer to create a collection that could reach more people at a more affordable price point,” Joanna explained in a press release. “Coming together with Target not only allows us to design beautiful pieces for people all over the country, it also allows us to help communities in a bigger way than we could have ever imagined.”

The final season of “Fixer Upper” premieres Tuesday, Nov. 28 on HGTV.