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How to Watch Saturday Night Live on NBC and Peacock
Full SNL episodes, cut-for-time moments, and all of your favorite sketches are available to stream right now.
A late-night institution since 1975, Saturday Night Live is responsible for launching the careers of dozens of comedy legends, and producing classic sketches that fans can't stop quoting.
Season 48 saw buzzy Hosts that included Pedro Pascal and Keke Palmer, and memorable shorts such as the "We Got Brought" music video (featuring October 15 Host Megan Thee Stallion) and Please Don't Destroy's "Wellness." The series earned additional praise in the form of 10 2023 Emmy Award nominations, including Outstanding Short Form Nonfiction Or Reality Series, Outstanding Writing For A Variety Series, a Guest Actor in a Comedy Series nod for Pascal, and a Guest Actress in a Comedy Series nomination for Host Quinta Brunson.
Saturday Night Live has won more Emmy Awards than any show in television history—82 wins, as of 2023!—and also holds the title for the most Emmy-nominated show in history.
Whether it's the latest cold open's take on current events or those vintage episodes that include some of the funniest sketches ever, watching Saturday Night Live is a hilarious way to spend your time. Here's how to watch every single episode of SNL right now.
How to watch episodes of Saturday Night Live
Saturday Night Live airs Saturdays at 11:30/10:30c and next day on Peacock.
What streaming service is Saturday Night Live on?
All 48 seasons of SNL are currently available on Peacock.
Can I watch Saturday Night Live on YouTube?
Yes! While full episodes aren't available on the Saturday Night Live YouTube channel, it's a treasure trove that's full of gems.
Rewatch your favorite sketches, catch moments that were cut for time and never made it to the live show (like this hilarious Bill Hader clip), and don't miss the interviews and behind-the-scenes documentaries that highlight what goes into pulling off a live episode each week.
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Can't get enough Saturday Night Live? NBC.com has so many classic moments ready for you to watch whenever you want. Here's how:
How can I watch classic Saturday Night Live sketches?
NBC.com is a great place to start. See below: