'Saturday Night Live's' Bobby Moynihan To Exit After 9 Seasons

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Bobby Moynihan is saying goodbye to Saturday Night Live after nine seasons, ET can confirm.

This week's Season 42 finale, hosted by "Baywatch" star Dwayne Johnson, will be the comedian's final episode on the NBC sketch comedy series.

Moynihan is the second-longest tenured member of the "SNL" cast behind Keenan Thompson. Deadline reports that Moynihan had a typical seven-year contract with SNL and signed a two-year extension.

"Me, Myself and I" will premiere on Mondays in the fall at 9:30 before shifting to its regular slot at 9 after football ends on CBS on Monday, Oct. 30. Moynihan, 40, promoted the show during an Upfronts presentation in NYC on Wednesday, but played coy about his SNL exit during an interview with Entertainment Tonight.

And: "Moynihan, like so many "SNL" veterans, developed his own stable of recurring characters, including Drunk Uncle and secondhand reporter Anthony Crispino".

Me, Myself & I is a single-camera comedy that follows a man's life over fifty years, with Moynihan playing him at age forty. The actor pitched the show to advertisers during CBS' Upfronts presentation in NY on Wednesday before hurrying off for a run-through rehearsal at his "other show". Moynihan, Larroquette and Jack Dylan Grazer will star as one character at different points in his life.