Sean Spicer, beware! Melissa McCarthy, who debuted her masterful impression of the White House press secretary earlier this year and previously hosted the show last February, will return to host Saturday Night Live for the fifth time on May 13. The last stretch of this season’s other hosts will be Jimmy Fallon (on April 15), Chris Pine (on May 6), and Dwayne “the Rock” Johnson (on May 20). SNL has reached massively high ratings this season thanks in large part to its place in the political conversation, and in response to that attention, NBC also announced that SNL will air live across the country at the same time that it airs on the East Coast. That way everyone, even the president, can watch it and be on Twitter at the same time.
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