Is 'SNL' on Tonight? Watch Kumail Nanjiani Host and P!nk Perform on 'Saturday Night Live' Season 43

There are still a few months to go before Saturday Night Live returns to NBC with Season 44, but fans who may be missing the sketch comedy show can catch up on previously aired episodes throughout the rest of summer. The network, which airs reruns during the off-season, will showcase Kumail Nanjani's Season 43 appearance on Saturday.

The Silicon Valley actor hosted SNL for the first time on October 14 after making his initial debut on the show in a 2008 sketch. His 2017 appearance received rave reviews from critics who were doubled-over with laughter from his hilarious seven-minute-long opening monologue and skits like "Hotel Check In," in which Nanjani played a jovial hotel clerk who infuriates a guest (Mikey Day) with his incessant chatter.

Nanjani landed the hosting role following the debut of his Oscar-nominated film The Big Sick, detailing the blossoming romance between a struggling Pakistani comic and an American graduate student. The movie was inspired by Nanjani's own life and relationship with wife Emily Gordon, who helped him write the screenplay.

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(l-r) P!nk, Kumail Nanjiani during "Goodnights & Credits" for "Saturday Night Live" in Studio 8H in New York City on Saturday, October 14, 2017. "SNL" will re-air the episode on August 4, 2018. Will Heath/NBC

Pop icon P!nk served as the performer for the episode, marking her third appearance on the NBC show. She performed songs "What About Us" and "Beautiful Trauma" off her 2017 album Beautiful Trauma, which debuted just a day before her SNL performance. P!nk first appeared on SNL in 2002 in an episode hosted by actor Josh Hartnett. Her second time on the show was in 2003 when Al Sharpton hosted SNL.

SNL season 43 introduced a few new cast members to the roster following the departures of former members Vanessa Bayer, Sasheer Zamata and Bobby Moynihan. Newcomers Chris Redd, Luke Null and Heidi Garder joined longtime cast members Kenan Thompson, Michael Che, Aidy Bryant, Beck Bennett, Leslie Johns, Colin Jost, Pete Davidson, Kyle Mooney, Cecily Strong and Kate McKinnon.

NBC has yet to release the cast lineup and guests for Season 44.