Lori Loughlin is leaving the CW series "90210" after playing matriarch Debbie Wilson for the past three seasons.
The main characters of the drama show, a reboot of the hit 1990s series "Beverly Hills, 90210," are currently in their senior year of high school. The CW network has not commented on whether the show is set to be renewed for a fourth season, which would see the stars heading to college.
"Working on '90210' has been a great great job for me," Loughlin, 46, told OnTheRedCarpet.com at AARP The Magazine's 10th annual "Movies for Grownups" Award Gala. "It's really inspiring to work with all those young actors. I am sad to say that I am acutally going to leave the show after this season because they are heading off to college and I think my job is done there."
Laughlin is also known for playing Aunt Becky on the 1990s show "Full House," which starred John Stamos.