Bobby Moynihan Joins CBS Pilot, in the Beginnings of a Possible Exit From SNL

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Bobby Moynihan, who is currently in his ninth season on Saturday Night Live, has signed on to star in the CBS comedy pilot Me, Myself and I. Should the pilot get picked up to series, Moynihan would leave SNL. It’s unclear whether he plans to the leave the show regardless — NBC hasn’t commented on his future at Studio 8H, and his contract expires with the current season. The Me, Myself and I pilot focuses on three different periods in one man’s life — as a 14-year-old in 1991, a 40-year-old in the present day, and a 65-year-old in 2042. Moynihan would play the present-day character, who we can only hope goes by the nickname Drunk Uncle.

Bobby Moynihan Joins Pilot, in Start of Possible SNL Exit