Tory and Kari were often reported to be together in a love relationship.
Many of Myth Buster admirers liked this pair and even wished to see them together.
Kari Byron, Tory Belleci and Grant Imahara of the hit Discovery Channel series “Myth Busters” will not be returning for a 2015 season. How could a show focused on using scientific methods to test the validity of rumors and myths find a fresh approach?
Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman made the heartbreaking announcement at the end of their episode on Thursday, Aug. Fans have theorized that “Myth Busters” is following in the footsteps of another successful reality series, “Dancing With the Stars,” which ABC revamped in 2014 by firing Brooke Burke-Charvet weeks before the Season 18 premiere and replacing her with journalist Erin Andrews.
He has been gradually growing his popularity and you know what? Kari and Paul dated for a long time before getting married and for which we can say that Kari wasn’t involved with Tory as she already had a boyfriend.
(CNN) -- "Myth Busters" is looking to the future -- and leaving some of its regulars behind.
On Thursday night's episode of the Discovery Channel show, longtime hosts Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage announced that the members of the Build Team, also known as M7 -- Grant Imahara, Kari Byron and Tory Belleci -- were leaving the show. the end of an era," Savage said in a video message.
21, to confirm that the trio is leaving the science entertainment program. That’s when the cast took to Twitter to put an end to the mystery:“It’s been an amazing ride for 10 years! Byron’s reaction, though, left viewers scratching their heads."I guess you guys are finding out the news right about now. But this isn't the first time the cast members of "Myth Busters" have found themselves steeped in drama.
Viewers of the long-running series then looked to their fan favorites for an explanation: Did they leave “Myth Busters” on their own terms? We couldn’t have done it without you guys,” Belleci spoke of his decade solving mysteries on the Discovery program. Thank you.” While Belleci thanked the viewers, Imahara expressed gratitude to Discovery.“Thanks @Myth Busters for allowing us to teach science in a whole new way. After a decade of the , we are no longer with the show," she said in a slew of tweets. Rumors previously swirled that they hate each other, but Hyneman addressed them during an interview with Access Hollywood in March, saying that the "Myth Busters" team finds themselves more often than not stepping on one another's toes.“We get on each other’s nerves and everything all the time, but whenever that happens, we say so and we deal with it and move on,” he revealed.