Comedian and actress Leslie Jones from “Saturday Night Live” announced that she will be leaving SNL after five seasons to pursue other projects.
After five seasons on the NBC late-night series, the comedian and actor is set to host and executive-produce a Supermarket Sweep reboot, according to Deadline.
The basis for “Supermarket Sweep” involves the host asking contestants a series of trivia questions. They then have to race around the grocery store with shopping carts to collect high dollar goods with a time limit. The team with the most amount of valuable items in their carts wins.
The reboot will air on ABC, is one of the many projects coming for her after her departure from SNL. She is also set to have her own stand-up special with Netflix and to have a role in the Coming to America sequel.