Four fresh faces have been introduced on Saturday Night Live. In a tweet, the comedy show organizers announced the inclusion of four cast members on Thursday. They welcomed Marcello Hernandez, Michael Longfellow, Molly Kearney, and Devon Walker to the TV sketch comedy program. Longfellow appeared on the show Bring The Funny by NBC, while Hernandez appeared on Acceso Total of Telemundo. Both expressed excitement on social media after being introduced to SNL. Devon Walker previously worked on Comedy Central He currently writes for Big Mouth by Netflix and Everything’s Trash of Phoebe Robinson. Walker wrote after the announcement that he hoped the audience would find him cool in SNL. Earlier this year, veterans like Kate McKinnon, Kyle Mooney, Aidy Bryant, and Pete Davidson left the show. Then Alex Moffat, Aristotle Athari, and Melissa Villaseñor also announced their exit. Lindsay Shookus, the show's producer who worked for the show for twenty years, has also left. After many of the cast and crew left, fans feared the show might end. Thompson appeared on another series recently and cleared his intentions of leaving SNL if Lorne Michaels, the show's creator, retires. Thompson has been with Saturday Night Live since 2003. Lorne gave a hint last December that the show could come to an end by 2024-2025. Afterward, he said at the Emmy Awards held recently that the show's next season will see a transition. He added that the pandemic might be why so many cast members left the show. Lorne Michaels said it was hard for them to rehearse while maintaining COVID-19 protocols. SNL season 48 will be premiered on NBC on October 1. It is still unclear who will be the host or which musical guests will join the show. Further Reading \t Carlo Alcaraz Wins His First Grand Slam and Becomes No.1 in Men’s Tennis as The Youngest \t What Is Safemoon – Exploring the Various Aspects of the New Crypto Token \t Will NASA be able to Launch Artemis 1 this September?