Saturday Night Live host Miles Teller is ready to rewatch Gilmore Girls in the season’s first promo

Saturday Night Live He is back tonight and will start his 48th season with Top Gun: Maverick Star Miles Teller as host and Grammy Award winner Kendrick Lamar as musical guest. The new episode of the long-running series will premiere on NBC and simultaneously air on Peacock at 11:30 p.m. ET. In a new promo for tonight’s episode, join Teller and Lamar SNL Cast member, Bowen Yang, is all set for the fall season.

In the video, Teller says he’s excited to change sheets as well as re-watch Gilmore Girls. Yang adds, “You know what team I’m on.” “Team Jess,” Teller replied, much to Yang’s enthusiasm. Of course, this refers to Rory Gilmore’s three biggest relationships throughout the series, and Jess was played by fan favorite Milo Ventimiglia. You can watch the cute promotional video below:

The new season of Saturday Night Live He’s going to start with some big changes in the cast. When the 47th season wrapped up in May, the graphics series said goodbye to longtime cast members Kate McKinnon, Pete Davidson, Eddie Bryant and Kyle Mooney. Last month, it was revealed that four more SNL The actors will not be returning for next season. Melissa Villasinor and Alex Moffat, who joined the show in 2016, left the series. Aristotle Atari, a featured player from last season, will not be returning either. It was also recently revealed that Chris Reed will be leaving the show ahead of the new season.

As for the future saturday night live, There was also a lot of talk about the upcoming 50th season. Series creator Lorne Michaels has put forward big plans for this season, which kicks off in 2024 and ends in 2025. “The 50th is going to be a big event,” Michaels joked: The Hollywood Reporter. “We’re going to bring everyone back from the 50s and the hosts and all of that. It’s going to be something very emotional and powerful. There won’t be a lot to add, I can tell you a lot.”

Recently, Kate McKinnon shared her thoughts on leaving SNL during a visit to Live with Kelly and Ryan.

“I thought about it for a very long time, and it was very difficult,” she explained. “All I wanted to do in my whole life was to work Saturday Night Live. So, I did it, I loved it, I had the best contract, and then I was like, My body was tired, and I just felt like it was time… I don’t know what I’m going to do. I don’t know I can watch the show yet because it’s so emo because I miss everyone so much. It’s my family. It’s very emo. So, I think I’ll take The bachelorette and watch it.”

All 47 seasons Saturday Night Live They are now streaming on Peacock.


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