Fans of Saturday Night Live are gearing up for a fresh instalment of the NBC sketch comedy series tonight. I’m sorry to have to break the news to you, but you’ll have to reschedule your Saturday night plans. This means there will be no new episode to watch tonight. While there is an episode of Saturday Night Live airing tonight, it is not a fresh one. Below, we’ve included all of the pertinent information, such as when new episodes of Saturday Night Live will air and who will host.
Tonight, April 23, there will be no new episode of Saturday Night Live.
There aren’t many shows with a schedule as convoluted as Saturday Night Live’s. The NBC sketch comedy series can run for several weeks before going on hiatus and then reappearing at unpredictable intervals. Lizzo gave us an incredible episode last Saturday, April 16, when she took over as host and performed as the musical guest of the night. Lizzo’s show only added to our excitement for next week’s programme, which airs tonight. Needless to say, the fact that there will be no new episode tonight is disheartening.
When will new episodes of Saturday Night Live season 47 air?
But don’t be too concerned! It won’t be long before SNL returns. The comedy will be back in just two weeks, on May 7, 2022. And it’ll be hosted by Benedict Cumberbatch, who will bring a lot of star power to the show. He’ll undoubtedly add some Marvel clout to the show. Do you think any other members of the Marvel Cinematic Universe will appear? You never know what to expect from SNL! Arcade Fire will be performing as the musical guest. Which of Arcade Fire’s songs would you like to hear them perform?
Tonight, April 23, who will host Saturday Night Live?
SNL will take us back to 1997 tonight at 10 p.m. ET with season 22 episode 16, which is hosted by Mike Myers and has Aerosmith as the musical guest. This is going to be a walk down memory lane! At 11:30 p.m. ET, another rebroadcast of Saturday Night Live will air, but no details on which episode will be shown.
What are you going to watch tonight instead of Saturday Night Live?