‘SNL’ loses 3 more members after producer Lindsay Shookus exits

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“Saturday Night Live” He lost three other members of the cast.

Alex Moffat, Melissa Villaseñor and Aristotle Athari join the growing list of people who left the show ahead of season 48.

Moffat and Villazinor were added to the cast of “SNL” in 2016. Athari joined the stand-up comedy show as a featured player in 2021, lasting only one season.

As of now, the returning cast must include Michael Che, Mickey Day, Andrew Desmocks, Chloe Feynman, Heidi Gardner, James Austin Johnson, Bonky Johnson, Colin Jost, Ego Nodim, Chris Reed, Sarah Sherman, Cecily Strong, Keenan Thompson, and Bowen. Yang.

From left, Aristotle Atari, Melissa Villasinor and Alex Moffat leave “Saturday Night Live” ahead of season 48.

‘SNL’ Show Leaves SHOOKUS Producer After 20 Years: ‘Forever Grateful’

News of the three other members leaving the show comes after chief producer Lindsay Shookus announced her exit after 20 seasons.

She wrote in a lengthy comment for a picture of her on set.

Shookus continued, “When I started in 2002, I was a kid from Buffalo, New York and knew nothing about this business, except that I desperately wanted to be a part of it somehow. I found my place at SNL, and I’ve spent the past two decades developing the most wonderful friendships.” And memories along with some really amazing and talented people.”

"Saturday Night Live" Senior Producer Lindsay Shookus also recently announced that she is leaving the show.

Lindsay Shokos, senior producer for “Saturday Night Live,” also recently announced that she was leaving the show.
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The New York-born added that she met her ex-husband and former “SNL” producer Kevin Miller, who she shares with her daughter Maddie through her work on the show.

“What could be a greater gift than my time on the show from my sweet, funny girl who makes every day brighter,” Shokos wrote.

Cast members Pete Davidson, Kate McKinnonGoodbye hands Bryant and Kyle Mooney show at the season 47 finale.

Pete Davidson and the other cast members said goodbye to the show in the season 47 finale.

Pete Davidson and the other cast members said goodbye to the show in the season 47 finale.
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"SNL" Alum Rob Schneider opened up recently when he thought the show was "During."

alum Rob Schneider opened ‘SNL’ recently when he thought the show was “over.”
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Rob Schneider recently had his say the moment he said I learned that Saturday Night Live had “ended”.

The 58-year-old SNL graduate told podcaster Glenn Beck that he thought the popular post-2016 US presidential election was open as McKinnon performed Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” as Hillary Clinton’s NBC sitcom.

“I hate being so reckless on my own show,” the “Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo” star said during an appearance on “The Glenn Beck Podcast.”

He continued, “When Hillary Clinton lost – understandable. She wasn’t exactly the most likable person in the room. And then when Kate McKinnon went out there on ‘Saturday Night Live’ at the cold opening and all that, and she started dressing like Hillary Clinton, and she started In playing “Hallelujah.” I literally prayed, “Please teaser at the end.”

“Don’t do this. Please don’t go there.” And there was no joke at the end, and I said, “It’s over. It’s over. It’s not coming back.”

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Ashley Hume of Fox News Digital contributed to this report.

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