What time is tonight’s episode two of Season 48 of Saturday Night Live? (8 October)

What a way to start the month with the opening of Saturday Night Live season 48 on NBC last week, on October 1! Millions of viewers watched the debut of the new seasons, which included Miles Teller and Kendrick Lamar. Fans appear to like the changes as they can’t wait to see Saturday Night Live season 48 episode 2 tonight. The first episode of the season revealed the many new faces that joined the sketch comedy series. What time does SNL air tonight, October 8? Who are the musical guest and hosts? We have all the information you require!

We were eager to witness the start of SNL season 48, which featured Miles Teller and Kendrick Lamar. There hasn’t been a casting shuffle like this before.

Chris Redd, Kyle Mooney, Kate McKinnon, Aidy Bryant, Pete Davidson, Melissa Villasenor, and other cast members will not be returning for this season. Marcello Hernandez, Molly Kearney, Michael Longfellow, and Devon Walker are the fresh faces joining the NBC live series. Let’s dive into the specifics since we first saw these fresh faces in the premiere and we’ll be seeing them again tonight.

What time is tonight’s episode two of Season 48 of Saturday Night Live?

Only on the NBC network, the program airs from 11:29 p.m. ET through approximately 1:02 a.m. You can still watch using the streaming service you have substituted for cable, such as fuboTV if you are unable to watch the episode as it airs or does not have cable. The following day, the episode will be available on Hulu.

Who is the host of Saturday Night Live’s episode 48 from season 48?

The show tonight will be hosted by Brendan Gleeson. The Tragedy of Macbeth, Mr. Mercedes, Calvary, The Banshees of Inisherin, and numerous other movies and television shows have made Gleeson famous.

Willow has us covered for the musical guest! The music will be performed by Willow Smith. Which songs do you anticipate the young singer-songwriter performing?

Brendan Gleeson, an Irish actor, will host Saturday Night Live in the United States tonight, but he’s not the first Irish celebrity to do so. Jim Elliott, an American comic who resides in Ireland, joined Anton to reflect on the most memorable Irish appearances on SNL.