"We're gonna take a brief moment to thank you guys for your incredible work over the last 10 years," Savage said in the video.
"After a decade of the Myth Busters, we are no longer with the show," Byron tweeted.
Fans of Myth Busters may still be mourning the loss of the Discovery show, but its legacy lives on in Netflix's White Rabbit Project.
She and the other Build Team members were given a more prominent role beginning with the show's second season.
Not having had a long history in show business, Byron at first found it difficult to act naturally with this more visible position but gradually became more accustomed to it.
Unlike Myth Busters, where Byron, Imahara, and Belleci tested out urban legends, this time around, the ex-M7 Build Team takes true pop-culture stories - think jailbreaks, annoying technology, scam artists, and heists - and ranks how impressive each story is.
The show is supposed to be a trip "down the rabbit hole" of each episode's theme.
It turns out that he is spending a lot of time with "somebody special" for some time now.
It came to light when he was spotted at a friend’s wedding in April, and he wasn't alone.
Featuring former Myth Busters crew members Kari Byron, Grant Imahara, and Tory Belleci, the show picks up where Myth Busters left off (the series ended in March).