Is 'SNL' on Tonight? Watch Kit Harington Host 'Saturday Night Live'

The King of the North, and quite possibly the true King of the Seven Kingdoms, is headed to Saturday Night Live. Kit Harington, who stars as Jon Snow on the award-winning HBO series, Game of Thrones, is set to host SNL for the first time on Saturday.

His hosting gig also marks his first official SNL appearance, although his famous character has been featured on the sketch comedy show. After Melisandre (Carice van Houten) brought Jon back to life on GOT Season 6, the SNL team had a little resurrection of their own with their hilarious "Game of Thrones: Jon Snow" skit, in which Kate McKinnon, channeling her best Red Woman, breathed life back into the "super dead" Jon, played by Pete Davidson.

Although Harington is typically a more serious actor, the 32-year-old is quite ready for his comedic debut on SNL—well, sort of. Harington said he was "intermittently terrified and confident" about his upcoming SNL appearance during a recent visit to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

"One minute, I'm like shaking with terror in my dressing room going, 'Why did I ever agree to do this, I'm the most unfunny person in the world.' And the next minute I'm like king of comedy, I know what I'm doing. So it's like a roller coaster," Harington said Thursday. "Ultimate admiration for those guys that do it."

If the latest SNL promo of Harington helping Leslie Jones act out her GOT fantasy is any inkling on what to expect from Harington's hosting, then we'd say the English actor has it in the bag.

Read on for more info on Harington's SNL debut below.

Who's performing: Sara Bareilles will also make her SNL debut when she takes to the stage on Saturday. The singer will likely perform tracks from her new album, Amidst the Chaos, which released on Friday.

When: Harington and Bareilles will appear on SNL during its usual Saturday timeslot at 11:30 p.m.

Where: SNL airs on NBC.

Can it be live streamed?: If you don't want to miss any potential GOT sketches featuring the actor behind Jon Snow, then you can catch the SNL episode via live stream on NBC's website and app. Viewers with Hulu will also be able to watch SNL there. Those only interested in the best clips of the night can check SNL's YouTube for all the highlights shortly after the show airs. Meanwhile, GOT and SNL fans will likely be flooding social media with all their SNL banter, which you can chime in on by following the hashtag, #SNL.