Is 'SNL' on Tonight? Season 46, Episode 16 Host, Musical Guest

Another week down and another episode of Saturday Night Live to go.

This week will mark the debut of award-winning actor Daniel Kaluuya on SNL. The 32-year-old Brit is set to host the sketch comedy show for the first time.

His appearance comes ahead of the 93rd annual Academy Awards, which will air on April 25 on ABC. Kaluuya is up for a best supporting actor award along with his Judas and the Black Messiah cast mate LaKeith Stanfield. The film, which was directed by Shaka King, also received an Oscar nomination for best picture.

Kaluuya's second Oscar nom—he was first nominated for an Oscar in 2018 for his role in Jordan Peele's Get Out—follows his big win at the 2021 Golden Globes in February. There, he took home the award for best supporting actor for his role as the young activist and Black Panther Party leader Fred Hampton in Judas and the Black Messiah.

Read on for more on Kaluuya's upcoming SNL appearance below.

Is 'SNL' on Tonight?
From left, "Saturday Night Live" musical guest St. Vincent, host Daniel Kaluuya, and Aidy Bryant during Promos in Studio 8H in New York on April 1. Rosalind O'Connor/NBC

Who is performing?

St. Vincent will make her return to SNL's stage at the famous Studio 8H set where SNL is filmed in New York City's Rockefeller Center. The musician is expected to perform a pair of songs from her forthcoming album, Daddy's Home, which is set for a release date of May 14.

It has been nearly seven years since the artist was last on SNL. St. Vincent performed singles "Digital Witness" and "Birth in Reverse" on the show in May 2014 during an episode that was hosted by Andy Samberg.

When does SNL air?

Viewers can catch Kaluuya and St. Vincent on SNL when it airs on NBC on Saturday at 11:30 p.m. EDT.

Can SNL be live-streamed?

Don't worry about missing Kaluuya's first hosting gig on SNL if you don't have access to a television. You can live-stream the show on any smart device via NBC's website and app. You will, however, need a cable provider login to access the stream. Meanwhile, those with advanced subscriptions to streaming platforms like Hulu +Live, Sling and YouTube TV can watch the show in real-time through those channels.

For folks who only want to catch the best clips of the night, check SNL's YouTube page shortly after the show airs. All the sketches will be there along with clips that didn't make the air. As always, viewers can keep up with all the SNL chatter by following the social media hashtag, #SNL.