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Live from New York for more than four decades, celebrity hosts join an award-winning ensemble cast to perform comedic sketches, satirical news and digital shorts, alongside popular musical acts. Capturing the pop-culture zeitgeist, the show's sketches and segments often go viral the next day. Over the years, cast members have included Jimmy Fallon, Will Ferrell, Tina Fey, Kate McKinnon, Seth Meyers, Eddie Murphy, Bill Murray, Mike Myers, Amy Poehler, Chris Rock, Maya Rudolph, Andy Samberg, Kristen Wiig, and many more, as well as recurring guests such as Alec Baldwin, Melissa McCarthy and Steve Martin. From executive producer Lorne Michaels, "SNL" is widely considered an American late-night institution and continues to earn critical praise.

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Host Charles Barkley; Migos performs.
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Host Charles Barkley; Kelly Clarkson performs.
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Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps hosts; Lil Wayne performs; Tina Fey as Gov. Sarah Palin; Sen. Barack Obama is scheduled to appear.
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Host Ronda Rousey; Selena Gomez performs.
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Host Dwayne Johnson; Katy Perry performs.
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Host John Cena; Maren Morris performs.
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Host Dwayne Johnson; George Ezra performs.
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Pro tennis player Andy Roddick; Dave Matthews performs.
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The Rock; musical guest Andrew W.K.
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Host JJ Watt; Luke Combs performs.
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Host Eli Manning; Rihanna performs.
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Host NFL player Peyton Manning; Carrie Underwood performs.
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New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady; Beck performs.
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Host Charles Barkley; Alicia Keys performs.
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NBA player LeBron James; Kanye West performs.
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Host Kristen Wiig; Boyz II Men, featuring Babyface, performs.
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Brad Pitt appears; Miley Cyrus performs.
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Remotely produced content from the cast; Weekend Update.
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Host Daniel Craig; The Weeknd performs.
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Host John Mulaney; David Byrne performs.
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Host RuPaul; Justin Bieber performs.

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