"SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE" KICKS OFF THE NEW YEAR WITH ORIGINAL EPISODES BEGINNING JAN. 21
Jan. 21 - Aubrey Plaza / Sam Smith
Jan. 28 - Michael B. Jordan / Lil Baby
NEW YORK - Jan. 5, 2023 - "Saturday Night Live" returns Jan. 21 with Aubrey Plaza serving as host for the first time. Plaza stars in "Emily the Criminal," currently streaming on Netflix, and HBO's "The White Lotus."
Sam Smith will perform as musical guest for the third time. The Academy and Grammy Award winner's new album, "Gloria," will be released Jan. 27.
Michael B. Jordan will make his "SNL" hosting debut on Jan. 28. Jordan directs and stars in "Creed III," in theaters March 3.
Lil Baby will make his first appearance as musical guest. The Grammy Award winner's latest album, "It's Only Me," debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 chart.
"SNL" will also air an original episode on Feb. 4 with guests to be announced.
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