Chupps is expected to be auctioning off the proceeds from the last sale on its flagship show, the New York City-based cable network, in a few days.
The show, which has aired since April 18, is currently being filmed in Brooklyn, New York, and it is expected that it will air on the channel within the next couple of days.
The auction has been scheduled for a couple of weeks ahead of the final day of the New Year.
“Chupps has been a success for the network,” said a source.
The auction is expected, if not imminent, to go ahead after the last show is over.
“This is not a one-off event,” the source said.
“The network is planning to hold another auction of the show’s rights in the coming weeks.”
On December 1, Chupp’s aired for the last time.
The network will now have to start over.
Chupp is expected not to air on other channels, which will mean that its viewership on other platforms will have to be cut by half.
Chupp is also expected to start airing shows from other networks like HBO and Showtime, which is not good news for the Chupp family.
The Chupp network is likely to have to do with 20 percent less of its programming in the next year.
This will be done by cutting the number of episodes that Chupp airs on its shows, which have grown to more than 20 million a month.
It will also be difficult for the family to sustain the show with the financial woes that have beset it.
“I don’t think the family is going to survive the loss of Chupp,” a source close to the family said.