Pete Davidson, Kate McKinnon, more leaving ‘SNL’

Pete Davidson is leaving Saturday Night Live after seven seasons on the legendary late-night sketch comedy series.

The boyfriend of Kim Kardashian will have his final show this weekend, a source tells Variety.

Pete, 28, was a relative unknown when he joined the NBC comedy show's 40th season

The funnyman is gearing up to release his comedy special on Netflix which is said to be released on June 13.

SNL stars Kate McKinnon, Aidy Bryant and Kyle Mooney are also expected to be leaving the series.

He is expected to leave the show ahead of season 48. His final appearance is rumored to be this weekend's May 21 episode

Pete joined SNL in 2014 as a featured player at the age of 20.

He became best known on the skit series playing the apathetic 'Chad' that first appeared in 2016

Described as the 'stereotypical stoner bro,' Chad appeared in a skit with British superstar Adele when she hosted the show in 2020.

Pete previously hinted that he was ready to walk away from SNL back in 2020.