Anna Faris, one of the stars of CBS sitcom 'Mother,' is leaving the show in front of its eighth season.
Faris and Warner Bros. TV, which delivers the arrangement, delivered articulations Friday affirming the news.
"The previous seven years on 'Mother' have been probably the most satisfying and remunerating of my profession," Faris said in her announcement. "I'm so appreciative to [creator] Chuck [Lorre], the authors, and my stunning castmates for making a genuinely magnificent work understanding."
On the show, Faris played Christy Plunkett, a single parent who battles with liquor abuse. Her mom, Bonnie, is played by Allison Janney. Together, the pair made an impressive parody couple on screen, with Janney getting two successive Emmy Awards for best supporting entertainer for her job.
"From the beginning of 'Mother,' Anna was the solitary decision for the job of Christy. We are so glad for the accounts we have had the option to tell during Anna's seven years with us," an announcement from Warner Bros. Television (which like CNN is claimed by WarnerMedia) and Chuck Lorre Productions said. "We want Anna to enjoy all that life has to offer, and we express gratitude toward her for her excellent depiction."
In her announcement, Faris said her exit from the show will permit her to "seek after new chances. "
"I'll be watching next season and pulling for my TV family," she said.
Notwithstanding her TV and film work, Faris is the host of a well known web recording called "Unfit."