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Saturday Night Live – No New Episode Tonight – March 22nd


We’ve all made it through the weekend, and here we are at Saturday once again. Normally, this is the point where we would discuss who would be hosting Saturday Night Live this evening, what musical guests would be joining said host, and what kind of hilarity and shenanigans we could expect from tonight’s all-new episode. Unfortunately, this is not a conversation we’ll be having today as Saturday Night Live is not “live from New York” tonight.

The good news is that Saturday Night Live will be returning to its normal date and time next week, Saturday, March 29th.

When the show returns on Saturday, March 29th comedian Louis C.K. will be hosting the show for his second time. Joining him that evening will be English singer/songwriter Sam Smith.

Now, I know that there are some of you who will still be looking to get their SNL fix tonight. There is good news for you guys. Tonight, in the show’s normal time slot, NBC will be airing the January 25th edition of Saturday Night Live which was hosted by 22 Jump Street star Jonah Hill. Joining him was musical guest Bastille.

So, what you can expect when the show returns on March 29th? It just so happens that we have your answer. Here is all the information you’ll need to make sure you don’t miss a minute of the action when SNL returns on March 29th.

Date: Saturday, March 29th
Start Time: 11:30 p.m. ET
Guest Host: Louis C.K.
Musical Guest: Sam Smith
TV Info: NBC
Online Stream: You can watch full episodes of Saturday Night Live onNBC.com and Hulu Plus. You can also watch the latest clips from the show at NBC.com.

Want to watch your favorite NBC shows like Saturday Night Live on the go? You can download the NBC app for your iPhone, iPad, and/or iPod Touch.

While we wait for all the action to start when Saturday Night Live returns, here is a look at a clip from the Jonah Hill episode entitled “Boss Dinner.”


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  • Jamal Green

    SNL has been sucking BIG time for waaaay too long so hoping they are on hiatus looking for some decent talent to replace the crap they have this season. Time to either make it or break it once and for all. SNL hasn’t been funny in about a decade; I just tune in if I’m home for a few minutes to see if its bearable. Most of the time I find myself off to another channel within minutes realizing that nothing has improved. Lorne Michaels—-DO SOMETHING!