Damon Wayans Jr. is fast becoming one of television's most desired comedic stars, and it seems receiving so many offers has proven just too tempting. The 32-year-old will depart from the cast of 'New Girl' once filming of the Fox Comedy's current forth season is complete in May.

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Wayans will leave the cast of 'New Girl' at the end of season 4

Wayans, who will not return to the show if as a regular next series if it gets renewed for Season 5 as expected, appeared on the very first pilot of 'New Girl' as the third roommate but unexpectedly had to leave because ABC surprisingly renewed another season of 'Happy Endings'.

The 'Let's Be Cops' actor was not recast after leaving, but he was replaced by Lamorne Morris, who plays Winston.

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Wayans returned to 'New Girl' in the 3rd season's premiere episode and reprised his role as Coach, which saw his character move in Schmidt's vacant room and it was quickly clear why he was a perfect fit for the show.

"I'm so grateful to have had the opportunity to come back to New Girl in Season 3 to reprise the role of Coach," the talented actor said in a statement to TVLine. "Working with this incredibly talented and funny cast and crew has been one of the best experiences of my career."

"We love Damon and are so lucky to have had him return for the past season-and-a-half," added 'New Girl' executive producer Liz Meriwether. "We are working on crafting an exit for him that will leave the door open for many more returns, especially since Coach is our resolution to the upcoming 'Who's Jess' Baby Daddy?' storyline."

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Although Wayans has reportedly received several pilot offers, it still isn't known if he has signed on to another show.