For the second week in a row, Saturday Night Live on pause. The live comedy film crew and crew are on a short break and will be back next month with new episodes. Like most other times when it’s nothing new Saturday Night Live The episode is on the schedule, and instead, NBC replaced it with two reruns.
The first episode comes at 8 p.m. EST Bridgeton Page hosted Rege-Jean in season 46 for the first time, which features music from Bad Bunny. Following the local news, she’ll be playing an episode from earlier this season as usual Saturday Night Live time slot. The second episode will be shown Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings Star Simu Liu and hip-hop artist Saweetie.
Live episodes return on April 2, with comedian Jerrod Carmichael making his debut alongside musical guest Gunna. On April 9, Jake Gyllenhaal will hit 30 Rock in his second hosting period, while Grammy Award-winning pop star Camila Cabello will perform. The April episodes will then conclude with Lizzo, who serves as host and musical guest on April 16. This will also be Lizzo’s second time on 30 Rock, having performed on the last show in an episode of season 45. However, the April 16 episode will be her first time hosting the show.
This season has been filled with pop culture phenomena that have surfaced at Studio 8H. During the season premiere, loki Superstar Owen Wilson debuted, and has since been followed by Leo, Jonathan Majors (loki), Paul Rudd (ant Man), Willem Dafoe (Spider-Man: There is no room for home), Zoe Kravitz (Batman), And the moon knight Star Oscar Isaac.
With three more episodes announced in April, until the end of the Easter weekend, the comedy will likely take another break right after the April 16 episode. In previous years, the show usually took a month’s spring break before returning for three or four more episodes to complete the season.