The speech co-presenter and executive producer Sara Gilbert announced that CBS talk show will start at the end of the current season. Gilbert released the news of the Emmy award-winning series he helped create in 2010. Gilbert said,
This is something I've struggled with for a while, and going back and forth, but I've decided it's time for me to leave the show at the end of this season. Obviously I love it here, and like I said, this was extremely difficult. Last season, I did The Conners and he was also producing e [hosted] Here. I loved it and felt totally empowered, but also, if I'm honest, my life was slightly off balance. I was not able to spend as much time with my three children as I would like, or time for myself.
What is Gilbert starting up? Other acting opportunities are coming their way. Gilbert revealed,
As I continued, I'm starting to develop more things to produce and I have the opportunity to act. I don't know how I'll do everything. I'm looking at the next six months and I think & # 39; It's not time & # 39; … It is difficult because this is a place I love and a place that I am extremely happy. I love the hosts, I love the crew, I love our staff, I am so grateful to the public for letting me enter your homes every day. It was an honor.
It is not yet known when Gilbert's final date is expected. In a statement released, CBS executive vice president of daytime programs Angelica McDaniel He said,
We are grateful that Sara has inspired us since the beginning and we wish her all the happiness and success on her new journey. You will always be a family and, as you know, the family can always come for a Speak.
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Gilbert's exit comes after the co-host Julie Chen Moonves& # 39; decision to leave the show. Former CEO of CBS Les Moonves was ousted after a report of Ronan Farrow in New Yorker revealed that six women accused Moonves of sexual harassment and intimidation. dancing with the Stars judge Carrie Ann Inaba joined the group shortly after.