Jonathan Majors, Simu Liu will host ‘Saturday Night Live’; Taylor Swift to come back as a musical guest

Jonathan Majors and Simu Liu are both set to make their hosting debuts on “Saturday Night Live.”

Majors will have the long-running NBC sketch series on Nov. 13. He will next be found in the Netflix film “The Harder They Fall.” He is known for his roles in films like “The Last Black Man in San Francisco” and the HBO series “Lovecraft Country.” He is set to show up as the villain Kang the Conqueror in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) subsequent to making his debut in the Disney Plus series “Loki.”

Majors will be joined by musical guest Taylor Swift. It will be Swift’s fifth time showing up on “SNL.” Her album, “RED (Taylor’s Version,” will be released on Nov. 12.

Liu will host the Nov. 20 episodes of the series. Liu most recently made his debut in the MCU in the blockbuster film “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.” He is likewise known for featuring in the CBC series “Kim’s Convenience.”

Saweetie will join Liu as the musical guest, denoting her first time showing up on “SNL.” The multi-platinum global artist has a number one single, “Best Friend,” and is set to release her debut album, “Pretty Bitch Music,” early next year.

It was recently declared that “Succesion” star Kieran Culkin would have the Nov. 6 episode of “SNL” with Ed Sheeran as the musical guest. Sheeran’s appearance was in risk after he tested positive for COVID-19, however he has been cleared to perform subsequent to quarantining.

“Saturday Night Live” is produced in relationship with Broadway Video. The maker and executive producer is Lorne Michaels.