NBC’s late-night sketch comedy staple “Saturday Night Live” has settled on a guest host for the fall season’s first show, the AP reports. The gig will go to Seth MacFarlane, creator of Fox’s “Family Guy.”
The season — “SNL’s” 38th — premieres Sept. 15, with Frank Ocean as musical guest.
Other upcoming guests will include actors Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Daniel Craig, the report notes.
MacFarlane recently directed “Ted,” his first feature film, also providing the voice for the title character. His work on “Family Guy” includes writing, producing and voice work.