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  1. Saturday Night Live’s Schedule
  2. Nate Bargatze Will Secure Funny Moments As His Tittle “Be Funny.”
  3. What About Foo Fighters?
  4. What Is More To Expect From The Show

Exciting 'Saturday Night Live': Nate Bargatze Hosts, Foo Fighters Return As Musical Guest

Nate Bargatze, a comedian, will host Saturday Night Live for the first time on October 28. Foo Fighters, who will perform as musical guests for the tenth time on SNL's Halloween episode, will join him, adding more excitement to the show.

This is the final of three consecutive original SNL episodes that start off the current 49th season. Pete Davidson hosted the season debut last week, which garnered 4.8 million viewers on NBC, with Ice Spice as musical guest; Bad Bunny will host and perform this Saturday.


#1. Saturday Night Live’s Schedule

Saturday Night Live airs on NBC on Saturdays at 11:30 p.m. ET. For those without cable, the broadcast is available on Peacock, which you can sign up for here. A Peacock account also grants fans access to prior SNL shows.

#2. Nate Bargatze Will Secure Funny Moments As His Tittle “Be Funny.”

Nate Bargatze Will Secure Funny Moments As His Tittle “Be Funny.” Source: Getty
Bargatze is famous for his family-friendly comedies. He has appeared in many Netflix stand-up specials, including "The Tennessee Kid" in 2019 and "Greatest Average American" in 2021, for which he received a Grammy nomination. He recently released the comedy special "Hello, World" on Amazon Prime Video earlier this year, with prior specials such as 2021's "The Greatest Average American" and 2019's "The Tennessee Kid" available on Netflix.

#3. What About Foo Fighters?

Saturday Night Live Source: Getty

The Foo Fighters' return to 30 Rock marks their seventh appearance as musical guests on "SNL." They went on tour following the release of their new album "But Here We Are" in June. Their most recent "SNL" performance was in 2020.

Taylor Hawkins, the band's long-time drummer, died last year in Columbia when the band was on tour. He was 50. In May, Josh Freese joined the Foo Fighters.


#4. What Is More To Expect From The Show

What Is More To Expect From The Show Saturday Night Live Source: Getty

The Saturday night episode of "SNL" scored 4.8 million viewers, according to Nielsen live-plus-same-day figures, marking a 19% increase from last season's 2022 premiere. The comeback also achieved a 0.96 demo rating among adults 18-49, up 31% from the Season 48 debut, delivering the show's greatest season opener demo result since 2020.

The episode also featured a buzzy surprise appearance by Travis Kelce of the Kansas City Chiefs and Taylor Swift, who have subsequently made their relationship public.

Bad Bunny, a Puerto Rican rapper and singer, will host and perform on the upcoming fresh edition, which will show on October 21. "SNL" airs live on Peacock at 11:30 p.m. ET/8:30 p.m. PT.

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