“Saturday Night Live” returns Feb. 25 with Woody Harrelson serving as host for the fifth time. Harrelson stars in the film “Champions,” in theaters March 10.
Jack White will make his fourth solo appearance as musical guest and fifth overall. White released two solo records in 2022 and a special 20th anniversary edition of The White Stripes’ acclaimed album “Elephant” will be released later this year.
Travis Kelce will make his “SNL” hosting debut on March 4. Kelce is a tight end for the 2023 Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs.
Kelsea Ballerini will take the stage as musical guest for the first time. Her new EP, “Rolling Up the Welcome Mat,” and accompanying short film were released on Valentine’s Day and her “Heartfirst” U.S. tour kicks off in March.
Jenna Ortega will host “SNL” for the first time on March 11. Ortega stars in Netflix’s hit series “Wednesday” and the upcoming “Scream VI,” in theaters March 10.
The 1975 will make their second appearance as musical guest. The band is currently on a sold-out world tour with their critically acclaimed new album, “Being Funny in a Foreign Language.”
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“Saturday Night Live” won the 2022 Emmy Award for Outstanding Variety Sketch Series. “SNL” is the most Emmy-nominated show in television history and holds 93 Emmy wins (including awards for its specials and short form series).
“Saturday Night Live” is produced in association with Broadway Video. The creator and executive producer is Lorne Michaels.