Joseph 'Rev Run' Simmons has revealed the future of his reality TV show, Run's House, is up in the air.
Like The Osbournes, the MTV reality series followed the Run-DMC co-founder and his family for six series, and the 45-year-old is now unsure whether another season will be made.
"We're in talks for the seventh season, so we'll see what happens - maybe they'll syndicate the series out, I'm not sure how they are going to work that. It didn't end like we weren't coming back, everything ended on a high note," he said.
Spin-off Daddy's Girls, featuring his eldest daughters Vanessa and Angela, will not be returning for a third season, the Rev confirmed.
"Daddy's Girls had two seasons and that's not coming back either. I'm not sure how we're going to work that, we are going to leave it in the lawyers' hands," he explained.
However, he is keeping himself busy with forthcoming music projects, his new Run NYC fashion range with Foot Locker, and a mystery project which he's keeping up his sleeve.
"I'll probably doing more television, depending on what pops up, but things are moving about nicely. I've got some different remixes and things coming up, but I'm going to keep that cat in the bag until I get it together," he said.
"I don't want people to anticipate until it's getting closer to being complete. That's not even something I want to talk about. It is exciting. You'll have to wait."
:: Rev Run has launched Run NYC, his new collection of sneakers and T-shirts, exclusively at Foot Locker stores across Europe.