Jonah Hill Set to Host 'SNL' in November's First Episode

Following the release of 'Maniac' and 'Mid90s,' Jonah Hill returns to 'SNL' for the fourth time to host, with musical guest Maggie Rogers.

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Jonah Hill is returning to Saturday Night Live to kick off the first episode of November. This will be Hill’s fourth time hosting. Maggie Rogers will be the musical guest.

It’s been a busy season for Hill as he continues his press run for Cary Fukunaga’s new Netflix series Maniac, where he stars alongside Emma Stone. His directorial debut Mid90s also hits theaters later this month on Oct. 19.

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As Deadline points out, Jonah first hosted SNL10 years ago following the explosive success of Superbad. He returned in 2012 to host after starring in 21 Jump Street with Channing Tatum. His last appearance was back in 2016, the year he played a reckless arms dealer in War Dogs.

Over the weekend, SNL returned with a skit about Trump’s meeting with Kanye and Bill Cosby’s time in prison. As a Ye fan, it’s unlikely Hill will to partake in any future skits about the rapper, but he could bring back his Adam Grossman character, where he pretends to be a 6-year-old insult comedian.

With this performance, Hill is one show away from joining the prestigious SNL Five-Timers club, which includes Tom Hanks, Christopher Walken, Drew Barrymore, Dwayne Johnson, and more. Hill's SNL episode airs Nov. 3.

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