Timothée Chalamet


Jason Bateman, Timothée Chalamet, plus the SNL legend Kristen Wiig have all been announced as the final hosts of the year for Saturday Night Live!

The sketch comedy show is an icon in the television industry. Known for zany sketches and political satire, the show also draws in viewers with a new celebrity host and musical guest each week. The host opens the show with a stand-up monologue and then appears in sketches throughout the night while the musical guest delivers a few performances of their latest hits.

Though SNL had to suspend production of regular episodes in early March due to COVID-19, the cast returned to the television studio this fall under new pandemic protocols.

As everyone is eagerly awaiting the end of this dreaded year, SNL is setting itself up to deliver some comedy gold while we wait for 2021.

The last three episodes of for the year are set to air in December.

The Lineup

Seasoned comedian and star of the Netflix show Ozark, Jason Bateman will return for his second round of hosting on December 5th with musical guest Morgan Wallen. On January 8th, Wallen's highly anticipated album Dangerous: The Double Album will be released.

On December 12th, actor Timothée Chalamet will make his hosting debut with musical guest Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band.

Finally, on December 19th, former SNL cast member Kristen Wiig will host her fourth episode with musical guest Dua Lipa. In the past, Wiig has created many of SNL's most iconic characters before leaving the show in 2012. She is now starring in the upcoming blockbuster Wonder Woman 1984.

Dua Lip is also celebrating big things in the future. The pop singer received six Grammy Award nominations last night for her album Future Nostalgia.

You can stream all the past episodes of Saturday Night Live now on Peacock!

By clicking "Subscribe", you agree to the Privacy Policy and Terms of Use.
9016 Soap Opera Digest

Catching up with the soaps world, Days of our Lives actor James Reynolds is about to make television history. This year marks 40 years on the show for the actor, qualifying him as one of the longest-standing recurring TV characters. Editorial director of Soap Opera Digest Stephanie Sloane gave us the inside scoop into Reynold's monumental feat.


Celebrity Page TV

Bo Yokely Talks New Lifetime Film 'Switched Before Film' & IVF Awareness | Celebrity Page

Switched Before Birth is shedding light on common mistakes in IVF, based on true events.