Is there anyone left to watch on SNL anymore?
According to the Los Angeles Times, Amy Poehler tells the new issue of Men's Vogue that she is taking a break after the November election as she prepares to welcome her first child. And she won't be returning after maternity leave.
"It's gonna be really hard — Boyz II Men hard — to say goodbye to yesterday," she says. "SNL was dangerous, late-night, last-minute and star-studded, but like any good drug, you need to know when to put it down."
Amy has signed on for NBC's upcoming Office spin-off, set to air next year.
"I can kind of confirm that I will be working in some capacity on that show," she said in July. "I don't really have any other details yet."
Next up: The Emmys. She is nominated for Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series for SNL.source