Season 48 of Saturday Night Live may be "Year of Change": Lorne Michaels

Season 48 of Saturday Night Live may be "Year of Change": Lorne Michaels

So for the last two Season 47 episodes of NBC''s, we have Selena Gomez () and Natasha Lyonne as musical guests, and Post Malone and Japanese Breakfast are among the upcoming seasons. But then, as the summer recedes, all SNL fans are concerned. Those rumors of who will and who will not be returning for the next season begin to fade. Could that be the case?

Che admits that his head "has been at leaving for the past five seasons," after first joining SNL in 2013, and that he did not go into that category until next week. "I''m sure Biden tells you twice a week," he says. "I''m confident that if he had my way, I''ll always get my way. But when you have someone who''s the real thing, you must stay strong," Che says of his assertion. "It''s good to see somebody at the

It''s time for Gomez and Malone to share their on-stage promos with the world. Even if they are willing to go for this, then they''ll be able to assist them out! Aidy Bryant and Bowen Yang, the cast member of SNL, have come check it out!

Gomez took to Instagram Stories in the following screencap to discuss her progressing through the sketch scripts and asking a pretty substantial question.

And here''s the look at Gomez and Malone hanging out on set that we just mentioned:

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And here''s a look back at how things are going with Gomez during SNL''s read-thru (and here''s hoping we get some from the cast as they used to during the previous season):

@selenagomez: read-thru!!!

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Here''s a look back at SNL''s welcome video for Gomez & Malone (with on-stage promos on tap for Thursday):

Before the end of the year, artist Lorne Michaels revealed that he had contemplated retiring and thought it was a "really good time to leave." But in one key step, his commitment is to see the show commemorate its 50th anniversary, which is in three years. "I''d like to see that through, and I have a feeling that''d be a great time to leave," Michaels said.

"I won''t want the show to be bad, but I understand too deeply about it," he said. While Michaels was loathed to discuss details on something that would not happen for three years, he admitted when it comes to who will take on the role next that they had "a sense of where we''re going with that."

Aidy Bryant, Michael Che, Pete Davidson, Mikey Day, Heidi Gardner, Colin Jost, Kate McKinnon, Kate McKinnon, Kyle Mooney, Ego Nwodim, Cecily Strong, Kenan Thompson, and Bowen Yang feature in NBC''s Season 47 selection; new players include Andrew Dismukes, James Austin Johnson, and Sarah Sherman.

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