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They helped bring the show nine Emmys and 22 nominations last season.
"Saturday Night Live" head writers Chris Kelly and Sarah Schneider are leaving "SNL" after helping to create the show's most-watched season in over two decades.
Their departure may come as a shock, considering "SNL" is kind of on fire right now.
Last season brought in nine Emmys and 22 Emmy nominations — more noms than any other year in the show's history.
Schneider and Kelly have been with "SNL" since 2011. During that time, they helped propel the careers of the now-Emmy-winning Kate McKinnon and nominee Leslie Jones. So with that type of success, why leave?
The writers are working on a new show for Comedy Central, according to Deadline. The network ordered a pilot for the show in March, and Deadline reports its chances of getting picked up look promising.
In the past, Kelly also worked as a writer on the Comedy Central show "Broad City."
And the writers are sticking with the company. "SNL" creator and producer Lorne Michaels is listed as a producer for the new venture, which is reportedly about "two struggling siblings [who] are forced to re-evaluate their lives when their much-younger 12-year-old brother becomes famous instantly without trying."
"SNL" now has only two lead writers, Bryan Tucker and Kent Sublette. We'll see if they can continue the show's hot streak — no pressure.
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