After another successful episode of “Saturday Night Live” on May 20 hosted by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, many fans are wondering if the series will be back on May 27. Unfortunately, last week’s episode was the season finale and “SNL” won’t be new tonight.

The series is expected to return in late September or early October with Season 43. But when “Saturday Night Live” does come back to NBC, there will be a few things different on the series. Here’s everything we know about Season 43 of “SNL” so far:

Bobby Moynihan Is Gone

Before the airing of the Season 42 finale, Bobby Moynihan announced the episode would be his last. Having joined the cast of “SNL” in 2008, Moynihan was the second-longest-running cast member on the series behind Kenan Thompson. The actor will be heading to CBS for the new series “Me, Myself & I” and also lends his voice to Disney’s “Ducktales” reboot.

Vanessa Bayer Is Also Gone

Shortly after Moynihan’s announcement, Bayer revealed she would also be leaving “Saturday Night Live.” The longest-tenured female cast member on the series, Bayer took to Instagram to make the announcement. “Thank you ‘SNL’ for 7 years of laughs, love and incredible memories. It has been a dream come true.”

Sasheer Zamata Quietly Exited

While Moynihan and Bayer announced they would be leaving “SNL,” fans didn’t know about Zamata’s departure until after the Season 42 finale aired. Having joined the cast in 2014, Zamata’s exit from the show was confirmed by ET Online.

Alec Baldwin Isn’t Sure If He’ll Return

Much of the success of Season 42 of “SNL” can be credited to Alec Baldwin’s portrayal of President Donald Trump. Only signed on for one year, Baldwin isn’t sure if he’ll be back next season but the actor said he would want to return. “Look, I’d love to keep doing this per my availability, but I have other things I’m going to do, so I guess we’ll figure it out,” he told The Hollywood Reporter.

Even with a busy schedule, Baldwin would like to appear next season. He told THR, “If I’m doing a film in Rome in the fall, you can bet I’m going to be on a satellite from Rome doing Trump.”

You Can Get Your “SNL” Fix During The Summer

While “Saturday Night Live” won’t officially be back until the fall, fans will get a chance to catch “Weekend Update” in August. NBC ordered a four-week run of the popular segment that will air throughout the summer. “We’re thrilled to have Colin Jost and Michael Che continuing their unique brand of news with fresh ‘Weekend Update’ shows in primetime this August,” the statement from NBC read. The series will premiere on Thursday, Aug. 10, at 9 p.m. EDT.

The program will star regular co-anchors Colin Jost and Michael Che and will also feature appearances from other “SNL” cast members. “‘SNL’ is having its best season in a quarter of a century — how many shows can say that?! — so we didn’t want them to take the summer off,” said Robert Greenblatt, Chairman of NBC Entertainment, in a statement.