Anna Faris Exit Was A Surprise – No One Wanted Her To Leave

LOS ANGELES – JANUARY 17: “Cheddar Cheese and a Squirrel Circus” — After a successful kidney transplant surgery, Bonnie is concerned that Tammy’s Aunt Cookie (Kathleen Turner) is taking her second chance for granted. Also, Christy tries to track down a handsome stranger she believes is her soulmate, on MOM, Thursday, Feb. 6 (9:01-9:30 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Pictured: Anna Faris as Christy (Photo by Robert Voets/CBS via Getty Images)

A few days before the production of ‘Mom’ season 8 could begin, Anna Faris announced that she’s leaving the show. It came as a major shock to many as nobody expected her to leave. Anna’s decision was surprising to even those who worked with her closely and everyday. Safe to say, no one was happy in letting her go.

A source close to the project says that Anna’s decision leave has boggled the CBS network and the makers. The show is highly successful and bringing in such a drastic change can prove to be dangerous. ‘Mom’ had been performing quite profitably even during such an economically tough time. So, a lead quitting in these circumstances, can be the biggest nightmare.

Faris called her journey on the show as one of the most fulfilling journeys of her life. She says that it was extremely rewarding for her profession and she thanks everyone associated with the show for it. She thanked the writer, makers and her colleagues for the wonderful experience that she had on the sets.

WESTWOOD, CA – APRIL 30: Anna Faris attends the premiere of Lionsgate and Pantelion Film’s “Overboard” at Regency Village Theatre on April 30, 2018 in Westwood, California. (Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images)

Anna says that her decision to quit the show is because she wants to pursue different opportunities in her career. The makers thanked Anna for her time and bringing Christy to life on screen. As of now, the character is meant to be written off from the script and no replacement has been announced.

 

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