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Pete Davidson’s time on “Saturday Night Live” is coming to an end.
The comedian, who has been an integral part of 30 Rock, is set to leave the stage left after eight seasons which saw Davidson, 28, join the Lorne Michaels series as the proverbial little brother at 20.
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According to The Hollywood Reporter, Davidson is expected to sign this weekend on the “SNL” Season 47 finale.
It’s unclear what Davidson will do next, though he’s tried acting with movies like “King of Staten Island.”
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Davidson, who joined the cast of “SNL” in 2014 after being plucked from obscurity, mostly delivered big for the show but his time at Studio 8H was not without its share of schism along the way.
In 2020, the stand-up comedian sparked a flurry of controversy after discussing his experience on the NBC series, saying, “I’m literally painted to be this big dumb jerk.”
“I personally think I should be done with this show because they’re laughing at me on it,” he said when meeting close friend Charlamagne tha God.
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In October, Davidson appeared with girlfriend Kim Kardashian during a segment for “SNL.”
At the time, Davidson also skipped the “SNL” afterparty at L’Avenue at Saks. John Mulaney reportedly spoke at the party “about how ‘SNL’ can be very unforgiving at times,” a source told Page Six at the time.
Despite the tensions, Davidson said he still leaned on Michaels and even called the executive producer a “father figure.”
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“He’s the best and has treated me with nothing but love,” Davidson said of Michaels.
Representatives for Davidson and NBC did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.