SNL: John Krasinski To Make His Debut Hosting The Show, Why Did It Take So Long?
The “A Quiet Place” actor, John Krasinski is finally all set to host this episode on the SNL, and here's all you need to know about it.
Currently 40, Krasinski is an American actor and filmmaker. Most-widely loved for his role as Jim Halpert on “The Office”, the actor has worked in many movie and TV shows.
The work of Krasinski, which is most appreciated among the critics is his “A Quiet place”.
“A Quiet Place” is a horror movie directed and co-written by Krasinski. Krasinski and his wife, Emily Blunt, have both acted in the film as well.
Another movie both directed and starred in by Krasinski. The film was released on Amazon in 2018.
Saturday Night Live is a late-night show that features on NBC. The show debuted on the network as early as 1975. All the episodes in the show are opened by a celebrity host.
The show has had a run of 45 seasons, with a total number of 886 episodes.
John Krasinski About To Be Appearing On SNL
The rumour of Krasinski hosting on SNL has been around for a long time, without any further development being seen.
Through SNL, Krasinski will be making his debut in hosting. Fans have been waiting to see Krasinski as a host on the famous TV show.
Krasinski has been confirmed to finally host in an episode of the TV show this month.
The episode will feature on NBC network on March 28th, 2020, with Krasinski hosting the show and Dua Lipa as a musical guest.
There couldn't have been a better opportunity for the release of the show, for both the celebrities.
Dua Lipa, who has recorded her second studio album, “Future Nostalgia” recently, will launch the album globally on April 3rd. It will be Lipa's second appearance on SNL.
On the other hand, Krasinski's “A Quiet Place II” is set to release on the weekend before, on March 20th.
From our point of view, the release of the episode has been timed so immaculately for the promotion of both the artists' recent releases.
Whether it helps to profit the starts or not remains to be seen.
Catch the much-awaited episode on NBC on March 28th.