Christina and Tarek El Moussa are over as a couple. But as reality television personalities, they're just getting started.
This summer, we told you that Christina El Moussa is getting her own show in addition to the new season of Flip or Flop.
Now, she's been spotted filming the new series, and we know a lot more about it.
The Daily Mail reports that On Wednesday, Christina El Moussa was spotted in Anaheim, California.
She was apparently all smiles.
The 35-year-old Flip or Flop star and mother of 2 was filming her new show.
Christina on the Coast will begin with 8 episodes.
This new series follows her as she expands her design business in Southern California.
Her goal is to totally transform more outdated properties into "high-end showplaces." Nice!
Fans who are concerned that Christina's new show will be all business needn't worry.
Earlier this summer, Christina told The Hollywood Reporter that her family is going to play a role.
"Each episode is going to show a glimpse into a real life," Christina assured fans.
That will include fans seeing her "selling my home in Yorba Linda, house-hunting and moving into my new place."
"It is going to show me trying to balance it all with kids and work," Christina says.
And, it is expected, fans will also see her real-life romance with boyfriend Ant Anstead.
Christina on the Coast will premiere in early 2019.
In a statement about the series, Christina set the stage by providing a little context.
"The past few years have brought a lot of change into my life," Christina says.
"And," she continues. "I am so excited to see what the next stage has in store for me both professionally and personally."
"There is so much to look forward to," Christina concludes. "And this is only the beginning."
Christina and fans aren't the only ones who are hyped for this new series.
HGTV and Food President Allison Page has also spoken about why this show makes so much sense.
"Christina’s design style is very popular," Page says. "So it’s a natural progression for us to expand her visibility with a new series."
"Her fans also are deeply vested in her personal life," Page understates. "And eager to see what happens next."
Fans are, in fact, deeply invested in the El Moussa family.
"So," Page concludes. "We’re bringing them the opportunity to share in these real-life moments in a way that no one else can."
Tarek El Moussa may be getting his own series, too.
Despite the drama (Tarek had a gun and Christina feared that he would take his own life) that led to their breakup and ultimately their divorce, they're working together.
For the fans, for the show, and of course, for the money.
(There's nothing wrong with that, folks)
Romantically, however, they have both moved on.
Of course, their two children remain the centers of their world.
Fans don't need their shows to know that -- both Christina and Tarek make that abundantly clear on social media.
"Our kinda Sunday Funday,” Christina wrote beside a recent glimpse at a family bike ride. “Loving beach life."
She added: "P.S. [Taylor] would be pissed if I didn’t do a disclaimer that she doesn’t need training wheels. This is an old bike."
Christina concluded: "Don’t worry Tay mamas got your back."