SATURDAY Night Live returned to television for another edition full of laughs in October 2022.
After a long list of cast departures 今年, fans are curious to know who will be appearing on season 48 of the beloved late-night comedy show.
Who are the upcoming guests on SNL in 2022?
Saturday Night Live premiered its Season 48 在十月 15, 2022, 和 new cast members and an interesting set of hosts and musical performers.
这 2022-23 season kicked off Top Gun: Maverick star Miles Teller as the premiere host and Kendrick Lamar as his musical guest.
根据 好莱坞报道, the show’s October 8 episode was hosted by Brendan Gleeson and featured a performance by Willow.
While SNL’s October 15 episode had 梅根你种马 on double duty – hosting and performing.
When SNL returned on December 3, 2022, the host and the musical guest will be Keke Palmer and SZA, 分别, according to its official Twitter page.
Who previously hosted SNL in 2022?
Former SNL hosts for the 2021-2022 season included:
- 一月 22: Former cast member Will Forte, alongside musical guest, Måneskin.
- 一月 29: Willem Dafoe‘s SNL hosting debut with Katy Perry as the musical guest.
- 行进 5: Oscar Isaac was joined by artist Charli XCX.
- 行进 12: Zoë Kravitz was joined by Spanish singer-songwriter, Rosalía.
- 四月 2: Jerrod Carmichael was joined by musical guest Gunna.
- 四月 9: Jake Gyllenhaal hosted while Camila Cabello was the musical guest.
- 四月 16: Lizzo hosted for the first time, although it was her second appearance on the show.
- 可能 7: Benedict Cumberbatch for his second time as host with Canadian rock band Arcade Fire as musical guests.
- 可能 13: Selena Gomez for her second time as host, 和 邮政马龙 as the musical guest.
- 可能 21: Star and co-creator of Russian Doll, Natasha Lyonne, hosted the Season 47 finale with Grammy-nominated band, Japanese Breakfast, as her musical guests.
Who hosted and performed on SNL in 2021?
A number of Hollywood A-Listers took the stage last year alongside today’s biggest musicians.
SNL saw a slight change on December 18, 2021, when the show was performed without a live audience due to a rise in Covid-19 cases.