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Longtime "Saturday Night Live" cast member Bobby Moynihan is jumping ship and networks.
Moynihan was present at CBS' upfront presentation Wednesday to introduce the series "Me, Myself & I," a sitcom centered on one man's life at three different stages.
The new series means that this weekend's "Saturday Night Live" season finale (8:30 p.m. PDT) will be Moynihan's last as a cast member with the NBC late-night sketch comedy show.
Moynihan, who also lends his voice talents to Disney's "Ducktales" reboot, is currently the second-longest-running cast member on "SNL," having joined the show in 2008.
That leaves Kenan Thompson far and away the eldest statesman remaining on "SNL." Thompson joined the show as a featured player in 2003, before being promoted to repertory player in 2005.
"Me, Myself & I," also stars John Larroquette and Sharon Lawrence and is set to appear on Mondays at 9:30 p.m. this fall.