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I am sad for an ending but there will be exciting new adventures for us.''From explosions to car crashes to even more explosions, this trio has helped shape Myth Busters into the Emmy-nominated series it is today.

The news was announced at the end of Thursday's episode, and all three stars have since taken to Twitter to react.VIDEO: 'Myth Busters' Takes on Moonshiners into the Emmy-nominated series it is today," Discovery said in a statement Friday.Belleci, Byron and Imahara comprised "The Build Team" and generally performed their experiments separately. "I don't like to disappoint the fans," he said of his co-hosts' departure. fans, Kari Byron, Tory Belleci and Grant Imahara are leaving the hit Discovery series after a decade on the show.Through the show’s run, Kari Byron continued to make art, specifically sculptures, though after the show became more popular, she stopped having public exhibits. In 2009, she took maternity leave from the show to have a daughter, whom they named Stella Ruby.

After returning from maternity leave, Kari Byron briefly had her own show on the Science Channel, , generally emphasizing the idea that science, and a scientific approach to the world, can be fun.

If this didn’t verify the myth, they would keep making their tests more absurd, until eventually they got the result they wanted – usually an explosion.

Throughout the show there were a number of accidents.

From there she went to San Francisco State University, and graduated in 1998 with a degree in film and sculpture.

, Hyneman was asked to produce a casting video for the network.

"Kari, Grant, and Tory are good friends of ours, and we love those guys," Savage said. The actual reasons for them going -- while we have certain understandings of what went on -- that's a contract discussion between Discovery and those guys." "We were very keen for [the trio] to be a part of the show," Tapster said. But it gave us the opportunity to reinvent the show, which it kind of needed." Savage and Jamie Hyneman have co-hosted the program since 2003.