Saturday Night Live returns tonight with host Benedict Cumberbatch and musical guest Solange.
SNL only took one week off after four weeks of new episodes and now we're already back with no. 5. Cumberbatch, who stars in the new Marvel blockbuster, Doctor Strange, is set to host for the first time. Meanwhile Solange, a.k.a. the sister of Beyonce, has one of the most critically acclaimed albums of the year, A Seat at the Table.
Many will surely be watching this episode of SNL considering it is the last one before the election. Alec Baldwin will likely return as Republican nominee Donald Trump, while Kate McKinnon will surely bust out her tried and true Hillary Clinton impression. As this seemingly endless election finally comes to a close, it may be SNL's final week to parody the absolute madness on both sides of the aisle.
Saturday Night Live begins at 11:30 p.m. ET/PT on NBC. If you are unable to watch SNL live on television, you can still watch it online if you have a cable subscription. Just go to NBC.com/Live, enter your information and make sure you are able to view it in your area.
If you cannot watch it through a cable subscription, no worries. Sling TV offers a free seven-day trial of an NBC live stream, with no need for a cable subscription. Just be sure to choose the Sling Blue option.
Of course, if you don't want to go through all of these steps and can wait until Sunday morning, clips of all the sketches and musical performances should be available on SNL's YouTube page, NBC.com and Hulu.
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