Saturday Night Live Adds New Cast Members
Saturday Night Live has said goodbye to more than a few cast members since the show wrapped last spring. (I know you haven’t watched since the good cast from when you used to watch it) Today NBC announced new additions to the cast. The season, which will premiere Oct. 1 on NBC and streaming live on Peacock, will feature four new cast members who will bring their unique comic talents to the ensemble.
Marcello Hernandez joins the cast of “Saturday Night Live” for his first season. Hernandez is a comedian, writer and actor of Cuban/Dominican descent. He was selected as a Just for Laughs New Face of Comedy in 2022.
Molly Kearney (they/them) joins the cast of “Saturday Night Live” for their first season. Kearney was selected for Comedy Central’s “Up Next” showcase in 2019. You can see more of Kearney in Amazon’s “A League of Their Own” and Disney+’s “The Mighty Ducks.”
Michael Longfellow joins the cast of “Saturday Night Live” for his first season. Longfellow has been featured on Netflix’s “Introducing …” showcase and NBC’s “Bring the Funny.” He was also selected as one of TBS’s “Comics to Watch” for the 2017 New York Comedy Festival.
Devon Walker joins the cast of “Saturday Night Live” for his first season. Walker was selected for Comedy Central’s “Up Next” showcase in 2017. He has written for Freeform’s “Everything’s Trash” and Netflix’s “Big Mouth.”
“Saturday Night Live” won the 2022 Emmy Award for Outstanding Variety Sketch Series. “SNL” is the most Emmy nominated show in history and holds 93 Emmy wins (including awards for its specials and short form series).