Tia Mowry and Tamera Mowry have announced their show Tia & Tamera won't be returning for a fourth season.

The 35-year-old twin sisters have starred in Tia & Tamera since it premiered on E! in 2011 and moved to the Style Network for its second and third seasons.

"Wanted to say Thank You for all the love and support. But most of all welcoming me, my husband, n my son into your homes for 3 seasons," Tamera tweeted earlier this week. "We are truly blessed:) More than anything I wanted you all to see who I was TRULY as a person and the show Tia and Tamera has done that."

"Thank you for 3 amazing years of Tia and Tamera. Now... onto my new talk show The Real and some great things I can't wait to share with u," Tamera added.

"Yes, Tia and Tamera will not have a season 4. Thank you for always supporting us throughout the years. Tia n I decided it was time 2 live r family lives behind the cameras:) U can still look forward 2 Tia's Instant Mom n my talk show the real.""

Tia & Tamera's third-season finale aired on Style on September 22, one day before NBC Universal took the network off the air and rebranded it as the Esquire Network, a new "lifestyle network" targeting men.

According to NBC Universal executives, Style had represented a "brand overlap" with the media company's other Bravo, E!, and Oxygen networks -- which like Style, all also target women.

Tia & Tamera featured some of the biggest moments in the twins' lives.

Tamera married Adam Housley, a 41-year-old Fox News correspondent, in May 2011 in Napa Valley after dating for six years. The couple welcomed their first child into the world, a son named Aden John Tanner Housley, in November 2012. Tamera had previously admitted she waited until marriage to have sex, so she lost her virginity to Housley at age 29.

Tia gave birth to a son named Cree in June 2011. She wed her husband Cory Hardrict, an actor, in 2008.

Going forward, Tamera will continue to host her daytime talk show The Real, while Tia will keep starring in her own show entitled Instant Mom. The sitcom had been renewed for a second season in November.