Pete Davidson is leaving "Saturday Night Live," a source close to the comedian tells USA TODAY.

“SNL” airs its Season 47 finale Saturday. NBC declined to comment.

Though Davidson is credited as a main cast member, he hasn’t appeared on the show in recent weeks, prompting speculation of his imminent exit. According to IMDb, other projects Davidson has coming up include the film “Meet Cute,” which also stars Kaley Cuoco; “The Home, which is a horror-thriller; and “Wizards!” which also stars Naomi Scott. He’s also starring, writing and producing a half-hour live-action comedy for Peacock called “Bupkis” about “a heightened, fictionalized version” of his real life.

Bryant, 35, also stars in the Netflix animated series “Human Resources,” and Mooney, 37, in the show “Saturday Morning All Star Hits!”

McKinnon, 38, is set to appear in the upcoming “Barbie” film, directed by Greta Gerwig and starring Margot Robbie, and in the film “The Lunch Witch,” based on the book by Deb Lucke.

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