There will be no change in dress in the show’s 2020-21 campaign.
The long-running NBC sketch show will bring back its full ensemble and is not adding any new members to the cast. The show premiered on October 3, returning to its Rockefeller Center studio for the first time since the coronovirus epidemic ceased production in March.
There was speculation that Kate McKinnon – who has two other series, Hulu and Peacock (the latter of which would also run at NBC and USA) – would leave the show between seasons, especially as the final image of May. Finale of season 9 said goodbye to his camera. She is making a comeback as Kenan Thompson, the longest serving artist SNL History. Thompson and his partner Chris Redd will also star in the primetime comedy airing on NBC in the 2020–21 season.
Regulars Beck Bennett, Eddie Bryant, Michael Che, Pete Davidson, Mickey Day, Heidi Gardner, Colin Jost, Alex Moffatt, Kyle Mooney, Red, Cecily Strong and Melissa Villasenor and featured players Chloe Finman, Ego Wyodim and Bowen Yang regularly Returning from.
The last time a cast turnover between seasons was in 2007, when SNLThe 33rd season began with the ensemble. Maya Rudolph dropped four episodes of the show that season, and Casey Wilson joined the cast following the 2007–08 writers strike.
A host and musical guest for the season premiere will be announced closer to its airdate.