Kevin Hart Hosting First SNL of 2015

Kevin Hart SNL

Saturday Night Live will usher in the new year with a little help from its old pal Kevin Hart.

The Wedding Ringer star will return to host SNL‘s Jan. 17 episode (11:30/10:30c), NBC announced during Saturday’s Amy Adams/One Direction extravaganza.

Hart first hosted SNL in March 2013 opposite musical guests Macklemore and Ryan Lewis.

A musical guest has not been announced.

Excited for Round 2 with Hart? Drop a comment with your thoughts below. 

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  1. Good for Kevin Hart and better for SNL. I will be watching. Kevin’s down to earth style makes him all about it!

  2. Tran says:

    Kevin Hart’s first time as host back in Season 38 was a huge disappointment. Really hope he’ll turn his luck around when SNL returns for its very first show of 2015.

  3. luke says:

    This guy is as funny as my seven day old sock is fresh! Someone in the entertainment industry is pushing his “brand” and I hope it crashes fast so we can get people with actual talent…

  4. dman6015 says:

    He’s almost as funny as Dane Cook.

  5. hud says:

    SNL 2015. What’s next the four horsemen. The endless fascination with this program on this site continues to baffle. Tired,retread,hack host’s. The fork was stuck in at the end of the 70’s.

  6. LuLu says:

    I just want to say that Kevin is an inspiration. He took the high road on the Sony e mail debacle. some could say it was for career preservation. (Kevin likes to work) I say his mother raised him right.