You’ll have to wait a while for the next original “Live, from New York!”
“Saturday Night Live” will not produce any new episodes for the upcoming period, due to the writers’ strike called by the WGA. According to NBC, the next scheduled episode of the show, scheduled for Saturday night and hosted by former cast member Pete Davidson with musical guest Lil Uzi Vert, will not air. With such a hiatus, it’s very likely that fans won’t have any new episodes of “SNL” in its 48th season. The show usually continues in its summer period after the month of May.
“SNL will air until further notice, starting Saturday, May 6,” NBC said.
The season was a transition to the long-running show, which last year said goodbye to a large portion of its former cast. The departures of Aidy Bryant, Pete Davidson, Kate McKinnon, and Kyle Mooney were revealed at the end of the show’s 47th season, and later in the year, it was revealed that Alex Moffat, Chris Reid, Melissa Villasenor, and featured player Aristotle Athari would depart. a statement. Cecily Strong, a combat veteran, left in December.
This fall, “SNL” introduced several new featured players, including Marcello Hernandez, Molly Kearney, Michael Longfellow, and Devon Walker.
During the now-truncated season, “SNL” relied heavily on cast members like Ego Nwodim, who introduced a new breakout character, Lisa from Temecula; Chloe Fineman, whose impressions have expanded her profile; Heidi Gardner, who often creates new voices for each character she plays; and Buen Yang, whose offbeat but feisty “Weekend Update” characters stand out. The show continues to rely on Kenan Thompson, who was in his mid-20th year in the cast. The up-and-coming comedy trio “Please Don’t Destroy,” consisting of Ben Marshall, John Higgins, and Martin Herlihy, has seen growth in the show, with some of their sketches beginning to appear in SNL’s “First 40 Minutes.”
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