/// A Look Back at the Mythbusters Explosions That Moved Us
Kari Byron, Tory Belleci and Grant Imahara won't be back on Mythbusters next year, their counterparts Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage abruptly told viewers by way of a video released on the website today, which included no statement from any of the three performers who won't be returning. The video feels a little weird, honestly, but the show is “going in a different direction” (it sure is!) next year. Byron's Twitter feed is particularly terse: After a decade of the Mythbusters, we are no longer with the show. Thank you to all the fans who have supported us. — Kari Byron (@KariByron) August 22, 2014 A source says that Discovery is still talking to the three about future work (let's face it, Mythbusters is old), but it's important to celebrate the past. So let's pour one out for the M7 team, and in doing so, let's remember some of the most interesting things they've blown up over the years.
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A Look Back at the Mythbusters Explosions That Moved Us
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