That filming schedule, if it is for, and the upcoming tenth season opens up a lot of questions, and room for speculation.
Syfy has not released a statement about the Bruni/Berry departure.
They also both included this identical statement: "We were not fired. This was 100% our decision that we came to after some discussion with the production company." Bruni added in a statement today that she is grateful for the time she spent on the show and the opportunities it brought her way.
"But loooking ahead has me so excited for everything the future holds," she said.
Since it premiered in 2004 - making it Syfy's longest-running reality show -- the series has experienced high turnover with female cast members with Bruni being around the longest (111 episodes, according to IMBD, since 2008).
Berry, has been with the show since 2010, when he made the leap to the main series from the spin-off . ET, TV psychic/medium Chip Coffey (from A&E's canceled ) tweeted "HUGE NEWS! Former co-lead investigator Grant Wilson, who was with the show from the beginning before leaving in 2012, tweeted the "BIG NEWS! that the duo would "bow out." That phrasing is notable because team leader Jason Hawes -- who also serves as producer on His statement that there is a "big differences between 'Bowing out' and 'Impossible demands' in this crazed world" seemed to be a reply to Wilson's tweet.
Caption: Adam Berry & Amy Bruni, courtesy Syfy Whether or not you buy into paranormal investigations, there's no denying things have been getting spirited on social media regarding cast departures on Syfy's .
Deadline did not name its source, but it is likely one of the two principles, or their representation.
This is kind of a big deal for , which returns with new episodes in October.
Kris Jenner seems to genuinely care who her daughter's baby daddy is dating and she's not afraid to be upfront about it.
In a sneak peek of Sunday's "Keeping Up With the Kardashians," the momager asks Scott Disick if he is going steady with anyone in particular.