After host Regina King and musical guest Nathaniel Rateliff got things back on track in Studio 8H during last Saturday's episode of NBC's Saturday Night Live, this week brings another two first-timers to the stage- but they're no strangers to viewers. Taking over the hosting helm is Bridgerton star (who was recently cast in the upcoming Dungeons & Dragons movie) Regé-Jean Page, with rapper Bad Bunny joining him as the musical guest this Saturday, February 20 (with no word yet on who is set to host and perform on February 27).
Here's a look at the official intro video for Page and Bad Bunny, with NBC's Saturday Night Live back in business this weekend (we'll leave it up to you to figure out which day):
Saturday Night Live's 46th season includes Beck Bennett, Aidy Bryant, Michael Che, Pete Davidson, Mikey Day, Chloe Fineman, Heidi Gardner, Colin Jost, Kate McKinnon, Alex Moffat, Kyle Mooney, Ego Nwodim, Chris Redd, Cecily Strong, Kenan Thompson, Melissa Villaseñor, and Bowen Yang. Che and Jost serve as head writers, with Bryan Tucker serving as senior writer. Lauren Holt (The Filth), Punkie Johnson (Space Force), and Andrew Dismukes (Comedy Central's Colossal ClusterFest, New York Comedy Festival) are joining the cast as feature players. Alec Baldwin returned as Donald Trump, with Maya Rudolph joining them as Kamala Harris, and Jim Carrey as Joe Biden for part of the season before cast member Moffat took over the role just before the holiday break (with Bennett continuing Mike Pence).
Not including specials and digital series, Saturday Night Live has won over 70 Emmy Awards, the most for any show in television history. SNL also holds the title for the most nominated television show in Emmy history with over 275 nominations (once again, not including specials and digital series). The long-running sketch comedy and musical series is executive produced by Lorne Michaels, produced by Steve Higgins and Erik Kenward, and directed by Don Roy King. Ken Aymong serves as a supervising producer, with Lindsay Shookus, Erin Doyle, and Tom Broecker producing. The series is produced by SNL Studios in association with Universal Television and Broadway Video.