It seems that things really are all change over at Saturday Night Live, as the show works on putting together a new line up. It has already been confirmed that Jason Sudeikis, Fred Armisen and Bill Hader are leaving the show, with Seth Meyers expected to exit once he takes over NBC's Late Night.
Now, Seth has opened up about Saturday Night Live, admitting that he is excited for the new line up. Meyers said, "[It's] certainly a rebuilding effort, but I don't think it's any bigger than [any] that have happened historically. It's a really exciting time to be at the show. I'm really glad I'm going back for the first half of next year."
Seth also went on to talk about when he felt that the show was at its best, adding, "I think the most fun I ever had at the show was the first year with Andy [Samberg], Bill [Hader], Jason [Sudeikis] and Kristen [Wiig] when they all came in."
Seth Meyers recently admitted that he was hoping to get together a strong writing team for his new show Late Night, which he will take over once Jimmy Fallon leaves to head up The Tonight Show. Meanwhile, Saturday Night Live will return to NBC in the Fall.