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Andy Samberg confirms he's leaving 'SNL,' leaving fans of the show devastated

Although a decent portion of people consider “Saturday Night Live” to be a shadow of its former itself, there have been some highlights. Two of those regular highlights came in the form of Andy Samberg and Kristen Wiig.


Last month, Wiig announced that she was leaving the show. Now Andy Samberg has declared he will be following her out the door.


In an interview with The New York Times on Friday, Samberg confirmed the rumors, and said he will be moving on from the show he’s been an integral part of since 2005. He claimed his choice to leave “was one of the hardest decisions I’ve made.”

With Wiig and Samberg both heading out the door, and Jason Sudeikis rumored to be next, fans are concerned about the future of “Saturday Night Live.”



Andy Samberg has been slowly transitioning to the silver screen, starring in “Hot Rod,” “Friends with Benefits,” “What’s Your Number,” and “I Love You Man.” He’s set to star alongside Adam Sandler in a new comedy, “That’s My Boy,” coming to theaters June 15th.

We all wish him the best of luck, but when it comes to “SNL,” he will be sorely missed.

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