“Saturday Night Live” It is reported that before the 48th season there are serious changes in the cast. After reports that Pete Davidson coming out of a long series of sketches, it is expected that three more of his fellow actors will go after the finale of season 47. Although NBC has not yet confirmed the rumors, Deadline reports this Kate McKinnonEddie Bryant and Kyle Mooney also say goodbye to Studio 8H.

All four actors who are ready to leave “SNL” have been on the show for eight or more seasons. It’s an impressive feat, especially considering how much work each of them has done outside of “SNL” during their time on the show. Davidson, who joined the series in 2014 when he was just 20 years old, is now a certified movie star thanks to films such as “King of Staten Island” and “Suicide Squad”. Meanwhile, Bryant created and starred in Hulu’s “Piercing”, while McKinnon starred in films such as “The Spy Who Dropped Me,” a reboot of “Ghostbusters” and “Bomb.”

Due to the fact that over the past few years their careers have become increasingly busy, all four actors had to serve episodes due to other commitments. For this reason, it shouldn’t be too much of a surprise that they are reportedly choosing now to move on. Also, while all of them will be missing, the cast of “SNL” has grown exponentially in recent years. As of the season 47 finale, there are 21 permanent stars, including the longest-running contestant to date, Kenan Thompson.

Check out the gallery to see all the actors who are reportedly leaving “SNL” before season 48.

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