Lindsay Lohan returns for her fourth time to the Saturday Night Live stage as host on March 3rd.
The show, which in my opinion presents only about a half hour of comedy (out of 90 minutes) each show, is only back for two new episodes. Then it goes back on hiatus.
Why can't NBC get more out of the producers of that show?
Joining Lohan, Jack White will make his first appearance as musical guest. White’s debut album, “Blunderbluss,” due out April 24th features the critically acclaimed single “Love Interruption.”
On March 10th, Jonah Hill returns for his second time as host. Hill is currently nominated for an Academy Award for his role in the feature film “Moneyball,” and will next be seen in "21 Jumpstreet" in theatres March 16th.
The Shins will serve as musical guest on March 10th. Making their second SNL appearance, The Shins’ fourth album “Port of Morrow,” due out March 20th.
"Saturday Night Live" is produced in association with Broadway Video. The creator and executive producer is Lorne Michaels.