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The Best of Pete Davidson on The Tonight Show

Jimmy Fallon and Pete Davidson play a round of True Confessions, talk about getting stuck paying for Kid Cudi’s birthday dinner, Alec Baldwin’s workout routine and more. Tags: Tonight Show, talk, Jimmy Fallon, Michael Douglas, Billy Porter, Mustafa.

Pete Davidson Hints At Leaving 'SNL'

After seven standout seasons, Pete Davidson might be leaving Saturday Night Live, the late-night comedy showcase that catapulted him into entertainment’s mainstream. In an interview for The Hollywood Reporter‘s Comedy Actor Roundtable on Thursday, Davidson hinted at his impending exit during a question about Kenan Thomspon‘s 18-season tenure on the show. When asked if he would potentially follow in Thompson’s footsteps, Davidson replied with a direct indicator of his departure.

Is Pete Davidson Really Leaving 'SNL'?

It could be the end of an era for SNL. On Thursday, the publication published a comedy roundtable in which the King of Staten Island star appeared to hint at his imminent departure during a prompt about Kenan Thompson's 18-season tenure on the show. Because when asked if he'd possibly do the same, Davidson confessed that he was all "good" on the SNL front, especially since he was "surprised" to even make it "seven [seasons]."

Pete Davidson Hints at ‘SNL’ Exit: “I’m Ready to Hang Up the Jersey”

Pete Davidson‘s days at Saturday Night Live just may be coming to an end, if the comedian’s recent comments are any indication. In a comedian roundtable interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Davidson said he wouldn’t stick around for 18 seasons like his co-star Kenan Thompson — who has been on the show since 2003 — but his comments also suggested he might be ending his run on the late night show pretty soon.
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SNL star Pete Davidson says he’s ‘ready to hang up the jersey’ on comedy show

Pete Davidson says he’s “ready to hang up the jersey” on Saturday Night Live.The comedian, who has been a cast member on the sketch show since 2014, made the comment during a roundtable hosted by The Hollywood Reporter.He and his co-star Chris Redd were asked whether they could see themselves staying on SNL for as long as Kenan Thompson, who has been on for 18 seasons.“I would never do 18 seasons,” Redd said.Davidson agreed, adding: “Yeah, I’m good. I’m surprised I made it to seven. I’m ready to hang up the jersey. Kenan’s like f***ing Karl Malone [the NBA...
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Pete Davidson on SNL: ‘I’m Ready to Hang Up the Jersey’

Following Saturday Night Live’s season finale this past weekend, rumors began to swirl that several of the show’s main cast members may be leaving. First, there was that tearful cold open in which it sure seemed like Kate McKinnon, Cecily Strong, Aidy Bryant, and Kenan Thompson were possibly maybe kinda sorta saying their good-byes. Then Strong belted out “My Way,” a classic good-bye anthem. And then there was this remark from Pete Davidson at the end of his “Weekend Update” segment: “I’m very grateful to be here, and it’s been an honor to grow up in front of you guys, so thanks.” Now, Davidson’s appearance at The Hollywood Reporter’s Comedy Actor Roundtable could swirl rumors even more than they were already swirled.
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Pete Davidson Alludes to Quitting 'SNL'

Pete Davidson has alluded to the possibility he is planning to quit SNL, amid speculation over which cast members may not return next season. During a new roundtable interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Davidson was asked if he has any plans to got for 18 seasons, like his castmate Kenan Thompson. Davidson replied, "Yeah, I’m good."
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Pete Davidson Hints He’s Ready To Leave ‘SNL’: I Wont Do ’18 Seasons’ Like Kenan

Pete Davidson’s time on ‘SNL’ may be coming to an end. In a new roundtable interview, he revealed that he’s ready to ‘hang up the jersey.’. After seven years on Saturday Night Live, it might be time for Pete Davidson to move on. The comedian opened up about his future on the show during a comedy roundtable interview with The Hollywood Reporter. During the discussion, Pete appeared alongside his co-star, Chris Redd, who began the talk about his future on the show. Chris pointed out that he had no plans to stay on SNL for a very long time like Kenan Thompson, who’s been on the show since 2003.

Pete Davidson Says He's Ready to 'Hang Up His Jersey' at 'Saturday Night Live'

Is Pete Davidson ready to leave Saturday Night Live?. The 27-year-old comedian, who has been on the show since 2014, opened up about a potential departure in a new roundtable interview published by The Hollywood Reporter on Thursday. When asked if he has plans to stay on the show for 18 seasons, like his co-star, Kenan Thompson, Davidson replied, "Yeah, I’m good."

Pete Davidson Says He’s Ready To ‘Hang Up The Jersey’ At SNL, Wants To Emulate Adam Sandler’s Path

Pete Davidson making it seven full seasons on Saturday Night Live is nothing short of a miracle. That is longer than Adam Sandler and Chris Rock combined. Damon Wayans was reportedly fired after just one season for the crime of going off-script, while Davidson still collects a paycheck after lambasting the sketch show in February 2020. Add that to reports of star treatment from Lorne Michaels and the allegation that he doesn’t play a major role in the writers’ room, can’t help but think Davidson was a leper in a previous life.
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Pete Davidson Reflects on Past "Immature Irrational Decisions" as He Teases His SNL Future

Don't count on Pete Davidson to break Kenan Thompson's Saturday Night Live record. As fans may know, the Nickelodeon alum is the star who has spent the most years ever as a cast member on the long-running sketch comedy show. While Davidson, now 27, made waves of his own when he joined the show in 2014 at just 20 years old—making him the first cast member to be born in the 1990s and one of the youngest in the show's history—he made it clear during The Hollywood Reporter's Comedy Actor Roundtable that he's not looking to replicate that long of a tenure.

Pete Davidson Is Totally Going to Quit SNL (Probably)

In a new roundtable with the Hollywood Reporter, Pete Davidson had some very interesting things to say about his future on SNL. Speaking to THR alongside actors like Ted Danson, Ed Helms, Lamorne Morris, and Ben Platt, Davidson was asked about how he feels about doing a run on SNL like Kenan Thompson, who’s had the gig for 18 seasons. His response? “Yeah, I’m good. I’m surprised I made it to seven. I’m ready to hang up the jersey. Kenan’s like fuckin’ Karl Malone out there.