Another one bites the dust on The View.
Candace Cameron Bure announced Thursday morning on The View that she would be leaving the show.
"It wasn't an easy decision," Bure said during the show. "Before I started 'The View', I already had my commitments to 'Fuller House' and the Hallmark Channel. Because of the success of those, my commitments have become even greater with those shows. ... I want to make sure I'm able to spend enough time with my children. I thank everybody ... for welcoming me to this table. I've learned so much from you and I'm so grateful for you."
The Fuller House star has been one of the panel's sole conservative-leaning voices since debuting as a co-host in late 2015, essentially taking the place of Elisabeth Hasselbeck. It remains to be seen if The View producers will look for a similarly conservative co-host to replace Bure.
This marks another exit from The View this year, after Raven-Symoné announced in late October that she would be leaving the show, to do the announced That's So Raven spinoff.
"I'm excited and sad, but mostly excited," she said when making the announcement on The View. "I've had such a great time. My experience has been multi-dimensional."
There are also rumors that Whoopi Goldberg will be leaving the show soon as well, having co-hosted since 2007.
"I have to do it, baby, because I have to go and grow," Goldberg told Wendy Williams in September. "I got stuff to do. I got movies I need to direct. I got books I got to finish."
While Goldberg admitted that the experience has been "great and I love doing it," she added that, "it's been awhile and they're in their 20th season. They did this without me."
The View has been in turnover mode ever since Barbara Walters stepped down as co-host and executive producer in 2014. The show has gone through a slew of co-hosts since then who were either fired or quit on their own, including Jenny McCarthy, Rosie Perez, Nicolle Wallace, Michelle Collins, and now Raven-Symoné and Bure.