Bobby Moynihan leaving 'Saturday Night Live' for CBS sitcom

Ausiliatrice Cristiano
Mag 19, 2017

With his new sitcom, "Me, Myself & I", officially added to the CBS fall schedule, longtime "Saturday Night Live" player Bobby Moynihan is bidding adieu to 30 Rock.

Now, it's official. According to Deadline, this weekend's season finale hosted by Dwayne Johnson is going to be the last episode of the season. When he started his tenure on SNL, Moynihan signed on with a standard 7-year contract and chose to extend it two years beyond.

On Wednesday, Moynihan appeared at CBS' upfront presentation with his fellow "Me, Myself & I" cast members.

On the show Moynihan will play Alex Riley, a lifelong inventor who is trying to get a glimpse into the future but to do so, must overcome his inventors block by turning to his past. The single-camera comedy tracks one man's life during three periods - as a 14-year-old in 1991 (Jack Dylan Grazer), a 40-year-old in current day (Moynihan), and a 65-year-old in 2042 (John Larroquette). The actor pitched the show to advertisers during CBS' Upfronts presentation in NY on Wednesday before hurrying off for a run-through rehearsal at his "other show". His characters included Drunk Uncle and secondhand reporter Anthony Crispino. It's hard to rank favorite cast members, but routinely he's probably the one we've loved the most over the past five or six years in terms of consistently offering some laughs.

Altre relazioni OverNewsmagazine

Discuti questo articolo