Sela Ward says she'll leave her Emmy-winning work playing Teddy on ''Sisters" after this season to return to films.
"It will be six years. My contract will be up. It's time for me to move on," Ward, 39, tells the Sept. 2 issue of TV Guide.
The series about four sisters has been great, says Ward, "but films are just creatively more gratifying."
Ward says Teddy will get shot in the head at the start of the season. She'll awake from a coma to have an affair with her surgeon.