The weekend is in full swing and Saturday night is nearly upon us, which means it’s almost time to settle in to enjoy an episode of NBC’s long-running late-night sketch comedy series, Saturday Night Live. There’s no better way to end a Saturday than with some laughs courtesy of the SNL cast, regardless of whether the show is new or in rerun mode.
What does NBC have in store this week? Find out what’s in store this week on SNL including whether there will be a new episode, who will be hosting, and how you can watch!
Is Saturday Night Live new tonight, February 25?
If you’re hoping to enjoy a new episode of Saturday Night Live this weekend, you’re in luck! After taking a few weeks off, season 48 will resume this evening with a brand-new episode kicking off at 11:30 p.m. ET on NBC.
Who is hosting Saturday Night Live tonight, February 25?
Tonight’s new SNL will be hosted by actor Woody Harrelson, who will be joined by musical guest Jack White. Harrelson’s latest SNL hosting stint comes ahead of the release of his newest film Champions, which centers around a “former minor-league basketball coach who is ordered to help coach a team of players with intellectual disabilities. He soon realizes that despite his doubts, together, this team can go further than they ever imagined.”
The film is set to open in theaters on March 10, making Harrelson’s SNL hosting gig this week the perfect way to start building hype for the film!
How many times has Woody Harrelson hosted Saturday Night Live?
Woody Harrelson is no stranger to hosting SNL and will be joining an elite group with his Feb. 25 hosting stint as he joins the five-timer club! That’s right, the Feb. 25 episode of SNL will mark Harrelson’s fifth time hosting SNL. Harrelson made his SNL hosting debut in season 15 and returned as host in season 17, season 40, season 45, and, now, season 48.
How to watch Saturday Night Live tonight, February 25
If you don’t have cable but are looking to watch tonight’s Saturday Night Live, there are a few options you can turn to! First, if you happen to have Peacock, you’ll be able to watch the series via your Peacock account with a valid login. You can also watch SNL via any streaming service that carries NBC including FuboTV, Hulu + LiveTV, DIRECTV STREAM, and Sling TV.