“Is there anything that would make you stop filming your show?” Ree Drummond reveals her answer.

Perri Ormont Blumberg
October 27, 2017
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We’re all still recovering from the news that Fixer Upper is ending after its fifth season.  Now, another one of our beloved TV stars, Ree Drummond of Food Network’s The Pioneer Woman has shed some light regarding a potential end date for her popular series.

In a new interview with Us Weekly, Drummond gets candid on her date nights with Ladd (hint: Tulsa!), her obsession with Real Housewives, and keeping balance in her busy life. At the end of the interview, author Sarah Bruning lays on a big kicker: “Is there anything that would make you stop filming your show?”

Yes, we took a couple of deep breaths too. But thankfully, it seems Drummond has no concrete plans to call it quits in the near future. “We’ve always approached the show with an open mind. I don’t have a checklist of things that would make me stop doing it,” answers Drummond. “We just reevaluate and make sure it’s working for our family.”

Phew—now that calls for a Chip and Jo-style silobration, y'all.