As spring arrives, everyone is beginning to get excited about the nice change in weather. unfortunately for TV fans, the spring means something completely different. It means the end of a season.
Many shows end their seasons in April and May, and Saturday Night Live is no different. The sketch comedy show only has five episodes left in its historic 42nd season, and NBC has finally announced which awesome talents will be hosting the final episodes.
It was already announced that Louis CK would be hosting the April 8 episode, but the four remaining have been a mystery to this point.
Head through the slideshow to check out the line-up for the final four hosts of SNL this season.
The Tonight Show host spent his early days in the business as a regular cast member of Saturday Night Live, and he's returning this season for a hosting gig.
While Fallon will be a familiar face on the SNL stage, the episode he's hosting will be an affair to remember. For the first time in the history of the series, SNL will broadcast live, in every time zone in the United States.
This summer is going to be a big one for Chris Pine. First, he's hosting SNL in the first weekend in May. Next, the guy will be co-starring alongside Gal Gadot in the highly-anticipated DC film, Wonder Woman.
This episode will be Pine's first time hosting Saturday Night Live, but it surely won't be his last.
Over the last couple of years, no host as had quite the impact on Saturday Night Live as Melissa McCarthy. In her first gig, the comedian delivered a number of home-run skits - including the Hidden Valley Ranch taste testing bit.
This year, McCarthy has taken SNL by storm again, with her hilarious take on the White House press secretary, Sean Spicer.
You can bet there will be plenty of Spicer riffs in this new episode, and fans are looking forward to it.
There isn't a more popular man in Hollywood than Dwayne Johnson. The man is in all of the biggest blockbusters, and he's already started his television takeover.
From college football player, to professional wrestler, to comedic goldmine, there isn't anything The Rock can't do.
There may not have been a more fitting host for the season finale than Johnson, and fans have already marked their calendars for the episode.