If you paid attention on the newest season of Saturday Night Live you might have noticed that Jay Pharoah and Taran Killam were officially no longer apart of the cast. As known it was reported that the two SNL stars were cut short just before their contracts ended with the series. Recently, show creator Lorne Michaels spoke about the exits and explained that swapping out cast mates is all apart of keeping SNL going.
Lorne Michaels is breaking his silence on the eve of “Saturday Night Live’s” 42nd-season premiere on longtime cast members Taran Killam and Jay Pharoah’s departures. The “SNL” creator and executive producer told USA Today that the NBC variety show’s roster changes keep the series fresh. “I think they were great, and they did wonderful work when they were with us,” Michaels said. “They served the show well, and are two people I really care about.” “Change is the lifeblood of the show; it always has been,” he added. “And you have to keep bringing new people in. Hopefully it’s for the best. I’m not worried about either of them going on to success.”
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