Bristol Palin may be outta there, folks.
Unless, we presume, MTV makes her an offer she cannot refuse.
Following a rocky first season as a member of the Teen Mom OG cast, Palin hinted strongly during an Instagram Q&A this week that she's done with the controversial reality show.
Yes, she made quite a lot of money as one of the program's main stars; $250,000, to be exact, according to reports.
But she also grew sick of being portrayed as a bitter ex-wife to Dakota Meyer, according to Palin herself.
Scroll down to see what Bristol recently said about a second season on Teen Mom OG, and to learn a lot more about the polarizing parent as well...
Down with MTV!
Palin made it very clear during her opening season stint that she didn't like how she was portrayed on the long-running hit.
The Season Was All About Her Divorce
Nearly every second spent on Bristol by producers focused on the failure of her marriage to Dakota Meyer, with Palin coming off as rather insensitive for the way she reacted to the veteran's ongoing PTSD.
Bristol Tried to Defend Her Reputation on Instagram
She famously clapped back at one point against producers, blaming them for focusing on the negative and for purposely making her out to be a villain for the sake of ratings.
This is What She Wrote:
"If I cared what people thought of me, I wouldn’t be here today - let’s be real. I’ve stood strong and held it down for my kids since day one. No matter how bad @teenmom tries to portray my “life” ..... my babies, my family, my close friends - they know the TRUTH."
And She Was Far from Finished:
"I’m a pretty great mom, work my ass off, show up, and hustle everyday to give my kids a pretty great life. @mtv doesn’t want to talk about faith, show work ethic, or juggling three kids alone, they don’t want to show the humble process of starting over after a divorce, building a career, or any real life issues."
Had Bristol ever watched Teen Mom before signing on? Or any reality show at all? Of course all storylines are centered on drama, controversy and whatever will bring eyeballs to the screen.