Former Friends star Matt LeBlanc is to leave the BBC's Top Gear after the show's next series, he has announced.
He said the motoring programme involved more "time commitment" and travel than he was comfortable with, and had taken him away from his family and friends.
The actor, who played Joey in the 90s sitcom about six New York pals, joined the show in 2016 following the departure of previous hosts Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May.
LeBlanc, known for the catchphrase "How you doin'", said he had "thoroughly enjoyed working with the whole team" on Top Gear and that the experience had been "great fun".
He presented the show for longer than former co-host Chris Evans, who left just one series after joining with LeBlanc in 2016.
The most recent team fronting the show included journalists Rory Reid and Chris Harris alongside LeBlanc.
Patrick Holland, controller for BBC2, said he wished LeBlanc "all the best".
"Matt has thrown himself into the show with real passion, revealing his extraordinary car knowledge and a willingness to get down and dirty," he said.
Leblanc described his departure from the show as "unfortunate" but said he would not be continuing his involvement.
"I will forever be a Top Gear fan and I wish the team continued success," he said. "Thanks for a great drive."
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