'SNL' Live Stream: How To Watch Aziz Ansari & Big Sean's Episode Online [VIDEO]

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Saturday Night Live returns with a new show tonight, with host Aziz Ansari and musical guest Big Sean.

Ansari hosts SNL for the first time tonight. The actor and comedian is still riding high off the buzz of Netflix's Master of None, in which he stars, writes and directs. He was nominated at last year's Emmys for Lead Actor, Directing and Writing for a Comedy Series, winning for co-writing the episode "Parents" with Alan Yang.

This is Big Sean's first SNL episode as well. The rapper has a new album coming out in February called I Decided, and is currently promoting the album's first two singles, "Bounce Back" and "Moves".

Meanwhile, many will be watching tonight's SNL to see how the writers tackle President Donald Trump's inauguration. Alec Baldwin will be back playing Trump and will surely make headlines for his take on the new president. It remains to be seen if President Trump will take to his Twitter feed to once again blast the sketch comedy series.

Saturday Night Live begins at 11:30 p.m. ET/PT and will air until approximately 1 a.m. ET/PT. If you can only watch the show online, NBC has its own live stream here. However, you have a cable subscription, you can live stream tonight's SNL at NBC.com/Live. It is only available in select markets, so be sure to check in advance of tonight's episode.

The NBC live stream is also available on Sling TV in select markets. If you're a cord cutter, you can sign up for a free trial.

Of course, almost every sketch from the show will be available to watch online for free on YouTube, Hulu and NBC.com on Sunday morning. The full episode will be available to Hulu subscribers and those with a cable subscription at NBC.com.

To live tweet tonight's episode of SNL and follow along with others watching, use hashtag #SNL on Twitter.

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