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“Saturday Night Live” is milking the 2020 presidential election.
The late-night sketch show revealed plans Thursday to air an original episode on Nov. 7, just days after the election Tuesday, Nov. 3. It will mark the 46th season’s sixth consecutive show — a scheduling first in the show’s history.
Neither a host nor a musical guest was announced yet.
“SNL” was sidelined in the spring due to the coronavirus and produced several virtual episodes to close out the 45th season.
The show returned to Studio 8H on Oct. 3 with some familiar faces: Alec Baldwin as President Donald Trump and Maya Rudolph as Kamala Harris. But creator Lorne Michaels also brought in an even bigger name, Jim Carrey, to play Joe Biden — to lackluster effect. A week later, the show even flopped when lampooning the wayward fly that took refuge on Mike Pence’s (Beck Bennett) head during the vice presidential debate the previous week. Thankfully, Carrey redeemed himself in his most recent at-bat last weekend.
Singer Adele will host this Saturday’s episode with musical guest H.E.R., though the guest lineup has not been revealed for the Oct. 31 show.
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