Kristen Wiig on her 'Saturday Night Live' future: 'Everyone has to leave'
A story last week claimed Wiig and fellow "SNL" cast members Jason Sudeikis and Andy Samberg will depart. Wiig's contract ends after this season, her seventh on the show, but she says she hasn't made a decision yet.
Wiig talked about her "SNL" tenure with Alec Baldwin on his "Here's the Thing" podcast for radio station WNYC. Toward the end of their chat, Baldwin asks about Wiig leaving, and she replies, "I don't know."
"Everyone has to leave," she adds. "I will say that when I do leave it's not because I'm sick of it and not because I see something better or anything like that. It's just that it's time. When I do leave, it will be the hardest thing. ... This is my seventh year and that's my family. It's my heart. It's New York to me."
Wiig was an Oscar nominee this year for co-writing "Bridesmaids" with Annie Mumolo and has several other movie projects on tap. She currently co-stars in "Friends With Kids" and will star opposite Annette Bening in an indie dramedy called "Imogene" due for release later this year.