Jonah Hill will return to the "SNL" stage.
Jonah Hill set to return to Studio 8H to host Saturday Night Live for the fourth time when the series kicks off the month of November on the 3rd.
The first time that Hill graced the stage as a host was 10 years ago, following the wave of Superbad. He would return in 2012 after starring in 21 Jump Street alongside Channing Tatum and reprised his role one more in 2016 after his appearance in War Dogs. This latest appearance coincides with the recent arrival of the Netflix series Maniac, starring Hill and actress Emma Stone.
Before November 3rd, Jonah will also be mang his directorial debut with his film Mid90s, set to arrive on October 19th. The film, a coming-of-age tale surrounding a group of adolescents in Los Angeles during the 1990s. The film originally debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival and currently holds a 91 percent approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes with "generally favorable" reviews from critics on metaCrtitic.
The November 3rd broadcast is also set to host singer Maggie Rogers as the musical guest. Rogers first came to prominence with her breakout "Alaska" track, which went viral via a video of Rogers playing the song for Pharrell during a mastercass at NYU.