Emma Stone is about to join the exclusive "Saturday Night Live" Five-Timers club.
"SNL" has announced Stone is set to host the Dec. 2 episode, which will be her fifth time hosting the late-night comedy sketch show. Stone, starring in the comedy series "The Curse," will join the ranks of celebs like Alec Baldwin, Will Ferrell, Scarlett Johansson, Tina Fey, Bill Murray and others who have hosted five times or more.
The musical guest for Stone's episode is Noah Kahan.
The following week, "Ferrari" star Adam Driver will host "SNL" for the fourth time. Olivia Rodrigo will serve as musical guest.
Former "SNL" star Kate McKinnon will host the final episode of 2023 on Dec. 16. The episode will mark her first turn as host. Billie Eilish will perform as the musical guest.
With the writers strike in the rearview, “Saturday Night Live” returned in October for its 49th season.
Pete Davidson, a former “SNL” cast member, kicked it off by returning to 30 Rock on Oct. 14 to host the comedy sketch show alongside musical guest Ice Spice.
Kenan Thompson, Bowen Yang, Chloe Fineman and Heidi Gardner are among the “SNL” cast members who've returned for Season 49. Newcomer Chloe Troast also joined the cast as a featured player, the show announced Oct. 4.
Last year’s season of “SNL” was cut short by three episodes due to the writers strike, which began just ahead of the May 6 episode, where Davidson was supposed to host with musical guest Lil Uzi Vert.
Read more for a list of “SNL” hosts and musical guests announced for Season 49.
A complete list of ‘SNL’ Season 49 hosts so far:
Dec. 16: Kate McKinnon
Kate McKinnon will make her "SNL" hosting debut on Dec. 16. Billie Eilish was announced as the musical guest.
Dec. 9: Adam Driver
Adam Driver will host for the fourth time on Dec. 9. The episode will feature Olivia Rodrigo as the musical guest.
Dec. 2: Emma Stone
The "La La Land" actor is set to host on Dec. 2, marking the fifth time she's hosted the show. Noah Kahan will be the musical guest.
Nov. 18: Jason Momoa
"Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom" star Jason Momoa hosted for the second time on Nov. 18, with Tate McRae making her musical guest debut.
Nov. 11: Timothee Chalamet
Chalamet, who's gearing up for the release of "Wonka," hosted on Nov. 11 with musical guest Boygenius.
Oct. 28: Nate Bargatze
Oct. 22: Bad Bunny
Singer Bad Bunny pulled double duty to host and perform new music.
Oct. 14: Pete Davidson
Former “SNL” cast member Pete Davidson hosted the premiere episode with musical guest Ice Spice. In case you missed it, Davidson opened with an emotional message, parodied “I’m Just Ken” from the “Barbie” movie, and welcomed a pair of extra famous surprise guests (hint: it’s a pop star and a football player).