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Ice-T done with 'Ice Loves Coco'

Coco (L) and Ice-T attend the Joyful Heart Foundation Presents: The Joyful Revolution Gala 10th Anniversary Celebration at Cipriani, 42nd Street on May 29, 2014 in New York City
Coco (L) and Ice-T attend the Joyful Heart Foundation Presents: The Joyful Revolution Gala 10th Anniversary Celebration at Cipriani, 42nd Street on May 29, 2014 in New York City
Photo by Jamie McCarthy

After three relatively successful seasons of "Ice Loves Coco," Ice-T has announced he is done with that series. He has said he is in talks with Ryan Seacrest Productions to possibly do a talk show with wife Coco Austin. The E! reality TV show hasn't been on the air in more than a year, so this comes as no surprise. According to a Saturday report by Reality Tea, Ice-T has said that his time as a reality star is played out. It's time to move on to bigger things.

Although fans of the rapper turned television star seemed to enjoy "Ice Loves Coco," Ice-T says it is time for an end. According to the star, he wants to get out of reality TV before fans get bored. He told Hollywood Reporter that the show will get boring if fans watch the same thing all the time. Ice-T and Coco didn't get down with the drama.

There were no knock down fights or drink throwing. No yelling or cursing or any of that crazy drama that seems to make reality shows a hit these days. According to Ice-T, "I play video games, I eat sausage sandwiches, Max and Spartacus are running around the house..." That's all fans will see and it's started to get repetitive.

Although the couple have said they are in talks with Ryan Seacrest Productions, they have reportedly already inked a deal. Ice-T and Coco are going to do some sort of talk show. This certainly should be interesting. The new show is bound to be just as drama-free as the last. Ice-T and Coco don't tend to cater to drama on any level. Fans loved their reality show because it seemed authentic and it let people get a glimpse of who they really are when the cameras aren't rolling. Here's to hoping the new show can also capture that unique authenticity.

What do you think of news that "Ice Loves Coco" will no longer be filming seasons? Do you think an Ice-T and Coco talk show will be successful? Sound off in the comments below.