The “Chrissie, Sam and Browny” breakfast show on Melbourne’s Nova 100 will finish at the end of the year.

There is no word yet on who will replace the trio in the 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. weekday slot.

Chrissie Swan, Sam Pang and Jonathan ‘Browny’ Brown first came together as a show in 2016, replacing Meshel Laurie and Tommy Little.

Since then, Nova said the show had been either the No. 1 or No. 2 FM breakfast show 19 times.

The company said the trio wanted to “spread their wings and try new things while the going is still so undeniably good”.

“‘Chrissie, Sam and Browny’ are talented broadcasters with a unique chemistry that has seen them engage with and endear themselves to their listeners,” Peter Charlton, the CEO of Nova Entertainment, said.

“We are so proud of the success they have achieved over the past seven years. They’re leaving at the top of their game and we wish them well for what comes next for them, both inside and outside of Nova Entertainment.”

Swan, it appears, is staying with the radio network, in addition to her television commitments including “Would I Lie To You? Australia” and “The Masked Singer Australia” on Network 10.

“I’m so proud of what we’ve achieved professionally and personally since we first met in 2015 – especially the last few years as we all kept each other afloat during the pandemic,” she said.

“I’m thrilled to now put a bow on the absolute gift of the “Chrissie, Sam and Browny” experience and am looking forward to a new adventure with Nova.”

Pang said it’s been a privilege doing breakfast radio in his hometown of Melbourne.

“I’ve loved my time at Nova and I would like to thank everyone who has been involved in the show over the past seven years,” he said. “I would especially like to thank the listeners for their support. It has been a wonderful experience. I’ve made some life-long friends and feel very lucky to have worked with such an amazing team.”

Brown, meanwhile, has been with the Nova Network since 2005 when he joined Nova 106.9 in Brisbane. He will also finish his time with the network in December.

“When the opportunity presented itself to work alongside Chrissie, Sam and [show anchor] Deano [Thomas] seven years ago, it cemented my family’s decision to make the move to Melbourne and start a new chapter post-footy. I’ve shared some life-changing moments with our listeners and the team have become like family to me,” he said.

“I’m grateful to the Nova family and our listeners for the opportunities in both Brisbane and Melbourne over the past 17 years and finish up feeling proud of what we’ve created together.”

Thomas, who has been with the network for 15 years, will also finish up. Nova said he was a talented content creator and would be focusing on a range of projects, including Season 2 of his animated short-form comedy “Childish Deano”, which was funded by Screen Australia and is due to be release shortly.

The final “Chrissie, Sam and Browny” show will be on Dec. 2.