Saturday Night time Reside: Jason Bateman, Timothée Chalamet and Kristen Wiig host the final three episodes of 2020


Saturday Night Live has announced its remaining hosts for 2020, including an Emmy winner, an Oscar nominee and a beloved former performer.

On December 5th, Ozark star Jason Bateman comes first. Joining him is musical guest Morgan Wallen, who was originally hired for October but failed to adhere to COVID security protocols.

The following weekend, December 12th, Timothée Chalamet (call me by your name, The French Dispatch) will make his hosting debut – and will presumably intersect with impersonator Chloe Fineman. Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band will be the musical guests.

Last but not least, it is Kristen Wiig who will celebrate her fourth appearance as a presenter since retiring from the late night sketch series in 2012. The 1984 Wonder Woman star last completed the third and final episode of SNL at Home in May, which doubled in season 45’s makeshift finale. She will be joined by musical guest Dua Lipa, who was originally scheduled to make her Studio 8H debut in March (along with future host John Krasinski) before the pandemic forced Powers That Be to scrap several episodes.

Saturday Night Live returned to its 46th season on October 3. Chris Rock, Bill Burr, Issa Rae, Adele, John Mulaney and Chappelle acted as presenters for the first six episodes. Other musical guests were Megan Thee Stallion, Jack White, Justin Bieber, HER and The Strokes.

Looking forward to Bateman, Chalamet and Wiig’s hosting stays in December? And which musical guest are you most excited about? Hit the comments with your reactions.

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