'Saturday Night Live' Will Continue Airing Live Coast to Coast

Joann Johnston
September 20, 2017

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Saturday Night Live will still be live coast-to-coast when the show returns later this month, NBC confirmed on Tuesday. Pacific. For the Mountain and Pacific time zones, "SNL" will be repeated at 11:30 p.m. "SNL" experimented with simultaneous airings last season, when the final four episodes were broadcast in the same fashion. The creator and executive producer is Lorne Michaels.

What do you think about these new decisions when it comes to Saturday Night Live? . Before then, "SNL" typically aired live in the Eastern and Central time zones but delayed in the Pacific and Mountain time zones. The network began airing the show live coast-to-coast on an experimental basis back in April, and after getting good ratings results from the move, it will apparently become permanent.

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SNL's Emmy wins included statuettes for Baldwin and McKinnon as well as for best variety sketch series.

The first episode of the season is hosting by Ryan Gosling and with musical guest JAY-Z - it feels pretty obvious that they will be the first beneficiary of this change, and we imagine that many more will also reap some rewards.

This article was originally published by The Hollywood Reporter.

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